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ANTHONY'S 1901 

STANDARD BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY 



NO. ATTLEBORO, 

WRENTHAM, 

FRANKLIN, 

MEDWAY, 

MILLIS, 

DEDHAM, 

MEDFIELD, 

FOXBORO, 



SHARON, 

CANTON, 

STOUGHTON, 

EASTON, 

AVON, 

HOLBROOK, 

RANDOLPH, 



hay's sons, i CLOTHING. 



JAMES S, 

Makers of Men's Fine 



headquarters: 
632-634 Broadway, New York. 
181 Tremont St.. Room 24, Boston. 
14 Bank St., Attleboro, Mass. 



PIE.R6E & GflRPENT&R, 



DEALERS IN 



Lumber and Coal, 



Pine, Spruce, Hemlock, Whltewood, 
and Cypress 
111 IV/I f=^ S=" C9 /4LSO 

OFALL CRADES Pafenf. Gutters, Mouldings and 

Brackets, Sheathing Paper, Doors and Windows, Window and 

Door Frames, Weights, Cord, Etc. 

Clapboards, Laths, Posts. Pickets, Etc. telephone 5706-4. 

Turned Columns. Cedar Shligles a Specialty. 83 south main st., 

ATTI.EBORO, IVIASS- 




LAKE PEARL 



A PERFECT RESORT 
FOR PICNICS OR 
A DAY'S OUTING, 



WRENTHAM, MASS. 

All who have seen Lake Pearl and its Park instantly agree that as a 
pleasure ground it is unmatched in New England. Picnic Com- 
mittees are cordially invited to visit the place, as no description can 
give an adequate idea of its beauty. 

Rates and Circulars furnished on application. Connected by electrics 

with all surrounding towns. On Wrentham branch 
of N. Y., N. ft. & fi. Railroad. 



WM. L. ENEGREN, JR., 



Proprietor and Manager. 



iiiiiMi} miasfflau {fimhc — bhi. 



JOB PRINTING. 



J. H ALDEN, Foxboro, Mass. Printer, Publisher, and Stationer. Pub- 
lisher of Foxboro Keporter and supplementary editions in Walpole, Mansfield, 
Medfield, and Wrentham. First-class work guaranteed at fair prices. Mail 
orders solicited. 



NEW ENGLAND NOVELTY YARN CO. 

SHETLAND FLOSS t&nbowSh' Um * >reM ' sa> - ^Iroul.r. and 



Rear of 170 County St. 



awls. Write for sample sheet 
and full particulars. 

Telephone 42-3, 



ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



R. WOLFENDEN & SONS, 

of Woolen and Worsted Yarns for 
the weaving and knit goods trade, 
also Braids, Tape, Hosiery, Plush, 
Webbing, etc., for all purposes. 



DYERS and BLEACHERS 



Fast Colors and Black a Specialty. 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

CONTENTS. 



ATTLEBORO. 

Classified Business Directory . 

Informat ion 

AVON. 

Classified Business Directory., 

information 

CANTON. 

Classified Business Directory., 

Information , 

DEDHAM. 

< llaasified Business Directory., 

In!' irmation 

EASTON. 

Classified Business Directory. 

informal Ion 

FOXBORO. 

Classified Business Directory. 

information 

FRANKLIN. 

ifled Business Directory. 

I Ml' irmal Ion 

H0LRR00K. 

lii-cl Business Directory 

I aformal ion 



23-30 
11-21 



.148-140 
147 



.117-120 
.111-115 



85-90 
77-83 



141-140 



97 99 
91-95 



55 59 
49-53 



152 158 
151 



PAGE 



MEDFIELD. 

Classified Business Directory 74-75 

Information 71-73 

MEOWAY. 

Classified Business Directory 64-06 

Information 61-63 

MILLIS. 

Classified Business Directory 68-69 

Information 67 

NORTH ATTLEBORO. 

( lassified Business Directory 37-41 

Information 31-35 

RANDOLPH. 

Classified Business Directory 161-164 

information 155-159 

SHARON. 

Classified Business Directory 106-109 

Infi .rmat ion 101-105 

STOUGHTON. 

Classified Business Directory 129 184 

I nf' irmation 121-127 

WRENTHAM. 

Classified Business Directory 40-48 

Information 48- 16 



JAMBS ORR, 

BLEACHER and DYER. 
Dyer and Bleacher of Cotton Yarns. 

DEALER IN 

COLORED COTTON YARNS ON 

SPOOLS FOR THE 

WOOLEN TRADE. 

RESIDENCE A IM E3 FACTORY, 

SOUTH ATTLEBORO, - MASS. 






fLORlST. 



( CUT FLOWbRS and 

FLORAL DESIGNS 

( Bedding Plants a Specialty. 



■I 



W. H. WflSnBUW 

Main St., Foxboro. 



M/ii/TiOlNI/i oUnr [r. sommers. UFA - franklin, mass. - 

SAVES TIME. ' COB BALK BY ALL GROOMS. 



Leaves the clothes white. 
Will not Injure the hands. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



KN0LLW00D CEMETERY, 

IN CANTON AND SHARON, MASSACHUSETTS. 



AN IDEAL PLACE. 



BEAUTIFUL TOPOCRAPHY. 



PERFECT IN GEOLOGICAL FORMATION. 



It must and will be the best and most beautiful Cemetery in 
Eastern Massachusetts. 




KNOLLWOOD," PRIVATE STATION. 
THIS is a modern " Lawn Cemetery," and the fact of its being located on the main line of the New York. New Haven 
* & Hartford Railroad makes it easily accessible to the suburbanites, giving them all. and many more advantages 
than the large city cemeteries offer. 

We now have several acres prepared, and are offering lots of all sizes in choice sections for less than one quarter 
the price demanded by other modern cemeteries. We also wish to call especial attention to the fact that all our deeds 
have the " perpetual care " clause, and our patrons can rest assured that their lots will be kept in good order for all 
time at no expense or care to themselves. 

Our private station is fitted up with every convenience, having a ladies' waiting room and toilet, general waiting 
room, gents' toilet, office, etc., and the advantages it affords are at the free use of lot proprietors and visitors. 

The general waiting room is sufficiently large to admit of its being used as a chapel for funeral services, and 
arrangements for its use can be made with the Comptroller. 

Courteous and willing attendants are always at our private station to give full information to lot proprietors and 
visitors. Carriages are also at our station, and are at the disposal of lot proprietors and lot viewers for the purpose 
of going over and inspecting the property. 

Further information will be cheerfully furnished, either at the City Office, 231 Tremont Building, or at the ground. 



Correspondence. Solicited. 



LEONARD W. ROSS, Comptroller. 



ftflRPFNTFR' G - £■• draper,; 01 

\JJ1IA1 LIllLll* PROSPECT ST., MEDWAY, MASS. ( 



NERAL 
.JOBQI 



Wal- 

Mass, 



EMIL HALLEN, I Wedding and Funeral* whiting A H ve. ; 

FLORIST. \ DESIGNS. ' Dcdham, 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
GEO. H. COOK. President. E. VVHITWORTH, Treasurer. 

WORCESTER GAUZE BANDAGE CO., 

FRANKLIN, MASS. 

Surgeons' Sterilized Supplies, Linen, Silk, Elastic Stockings. Plaster Paris Bandages, 

Roller Bandages, Adhesive Plasters, Etc. Surgical Sponges and Gauze Bandages 

a Specialty. Also dealer in Physicians' Chairs and Operating Tables. 

JEROME B. FITZPATRICK, 

DEPUTY SHERIFF 

FOR NORFOLK COUNTY. 
Room 1, Morse's Block, FRANKLIN, MASS. 

A. E. BUCK, 

CARRIAGE 

MANUFACTURER. 

GROCERY, BUTCHER, DELIVERY, 
AND MILK WAGONS A SPECIALTY. 

Come and Examine our work and prices. 

Mansfield, Mass. 

M. EI. RUGGI-ES, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

Room r>. Morses Block, FRANKUN, MASS. 

\A f~*£^\i^\l Manufacturer of 

u. ivi. I UUL., ENGINEERS' AND . . . 

m— « h. «. pool., SURVEYORS' INSTRUMENTS. 

Leveling Rods, Plumb and Level, Etc. 
I oundry St., Easton, Mass. 

SlQnand Garrlaoel A. alden, -'all^do^' 5 !^- 

Painting. 1 415 Washington St., Dnlhain. Mass. / WITH DISPATCH. 



Manufactured by R> SOA\A\ERS ? i 
FRANKLIN, MASS. \ 



A M M O N I A S O A F> \ For Sale By All Grocers. 



Saves Time 



Will Not Injure (lands. 
Leaves Clothes White 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Rhode Island Poultry Yards, 

CHAS. A. KNIGHT, Prop'r. 



DEALER IN 



White Wyandottes, White, Buff, and Barred 

Plymouth Rocks. 

EGGS FOR HATCHING AND STOCK FOR SALE. 

P. 0., Valley Falls, R. I. Yards, Turner Ave., So. Attleboro, Mass. 







VERONICA 



SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA'S 

NATURAL BITTER SPRING WATER 

IS A GOLDEN BOON 

Fur Constipation, [ndigestion, Liver, Kidney, and UrinaryTroubJ.es, 

For thousands of people afflicted with these ailments. It is ••Nature's Prescription," the elements of 
which are so delicately combined in "Nature's Laboratory," that it is beyond the scientific ken of the 
most eminent chemists to discover the secret of its healing power. A trial convinces the must 
skeptical. 

Not a Crude Combination of Druas and Chemicals, but a Finished Product from Nature's Laboratory. 

A Painless Laxative. Without Increasing Constipation. Far Superior to the Imported Waters. 

As a Blood. Purifier and Spring Tonic It Has No Equal. 

FOR SALE BY ALL, DRUGGISTS AND MINERAL, WATER DEALERS. 

E. L. C. COLBY, 100 HIGH STREET, BOSTON, 

NEW ENGLAND AGENT. 

ANDREW S. YOUNG, 

DEALER I INI 

RHODE ISLAND REDS, BRAhMAS, AND 
WHITE WYANDOTTES. 

EGGS FOR HATCHING. INSPECT/ON INVITED. 

P. 0., Plainville. Blake's Hill, Plainville, Mass. 

6arD6nil6r.U^^P R .^X^is 8 .]GBneral JolMni 



FU SnSs.}EMIL HALLEN, FLOEIST. 



) WHITING AVE., 
'Walnut Hill, Dedhain. 



ANTHONYS STANDARD BUSINESS DIKECTORY 



THE STANTON 

All the comforts of a home. First-class board by the 
day or week. Transient and permanent guests accom- 
modated at reasonable rates. Modern improvements. 

HENRY L. STANTON, PROP'R, 



IOO F=»ARK ST. 



IORO, MASS. 



JOS. B. PORTER & SOI, 

PAPER HANGING, 
PAINTING, AND KALSOM1NING. 

Small Jobs At f^ -^f^JTZZ^Jj Jfl 




tended to With 
Ne atn ess and 
Dlspa t <• h. P ;i 
Iter 11 unking a 
Specialty. 

P. 0. Box 707. 



SUMNERST., STOUCHTON, MASS. 



MKRTI IN LEE 

WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR ATTEN- 
TION TO HIS FACILITIES FOR 

CLEHNIN& VAULTS, PUfOPING CESSPOOLS, 
CELLARS HMD TANKS, 

AND ESPECIALLY 
TO THE NEAT AND RAPID WAY 
IN WHICH HE DOES HIS WORK. 

TEAMINC OF ALL KINDS. 

Send a Postal Card and Your Orders 
Will Receive Prompt Attention. 

7VY7XRXI1N L-EE, 

47 EMORY ST., ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



SPENCER I BILLINGS, 

HOUSE PAINTER. 

Wall Papers, Paper 
Hanging, Whitening, 
a n d Col o r i n g. All 
Work Carefully and 
eo Promptly Done. 

5&i— v 24 PLAIN ST., 

cSTOUGMON, MASS 




CHARLES A. SHERMAN, 

HOUSE PAINTER, 
PAPER HANGER, AND H'HIIENER. 

If you are going to 
paper your whole 
house, or yoursmallest 
room, it will pay you 
to look through our 
new sample books 
which we have just re- 
celved from the De- 
corators' Wall Paper 
Co. 
Junction Central and Pleasant St-.. Stoughton, Mass. 




FISH BALLS 

Can best be prepared from W. H. Lord's Trade Mark 
Brands, entirely boneless Georges Codfish, 

"White Wrapper BrancTof "Without Bones,""01d 
Salt," "Tag," or "Hatcheled Brands" Codfish. 



The best is what you want. 
Th* bed ii wh it I offer. 

A word to the wi . i. ulfirient. 



W. H. LORD. 

Dedham, Mass. 




TRADEMARK 
JHniRTFREO. 



/ OR i I N/ S/f. n -v ^v ■ ■ 

i\i>( iRRIAGIi M. A*. I— I 

PAINTING <■<> /"\ 415 WASHINGTON ST. 



3 E N J Wo do Best Work 

dedham, mass. 'at lowest Prices. 



SOAP. L 



MANUFACTURED BY 



Saves Time; Leaves the Clothes 
White; Will not Injure the Hands; 



SOMMERS, FRANKLIN, MASS. I For sale by all Grocers. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



q,,"Thel 



Plumbing 




J. McDERMOTT&CO., 

PLUMBERS 

AND 

HOT WATER HEATERS. 

Drainage, Ventilation, and Sani- 
tary Plumbing in all of its branches. 

TIN ROOFING. 
Best of references. 

Maple Ave., Sharon, Mass. P. 0. Box 182. 



ELMER H. SOUTHWORTH, 

House Painter 

AMI 

Decorator. 

Paper Hanger 




Work promptly attended to. Estimates cheerfully fur- 
nished. Shop at residence. Telephone. 61-4. 

Junction Park and Washington Sts.. Stoughton. Mass. 




LOUIS C. LaBODIBflRD, 
PAINTER 

AND PAPER HANGER. 

Paper Hangings 

and Borders, 

Mouldings, Paints, Oils, 

and Varnishes. 
Work done in a neat and 

satisfactory manner. 
Shop. Freeman Street; 
Residence, Leach St.. opp Park. 



~- Stoughton, Mass. 



Jeweler i Ooiician. 



W. L. PIERCE, 

W. R. SWAN'S BLOCK, 
STOUGHTON, - - - MASS. 

Photographic Supplies 

A SPECIALTY. 



FRED H. MANN, 

House Painter, 




Paper Hanger, 

WHITENER. 

JOBBING 

Promptly At- 
tended to. 



Shop and Residence, Monk Street, 
STOUGHTON, MAS 




I. E. ROBBINS, 



DEALER IN 



IGE, rlfly, GRAIN. 
AND FEED. 



OFFICE and RESIDENCE, 
WASHINGTON ST., 

STOUGHTON, ■ MASS. 



CARPEiTER.| I c,j, s DRAPER^.i General Jobbing. 



'E,MIL> HAL»L»EN,* Whi ting Ave., Walnut Hill, 
i fl-orist. ( DEDHAM, MASS, 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



LONG SAUNDERS, 



FINE 0AJ1NCY GRANITE 
A SPECIALTY. 

Manufacturers and Importers of 
Strict attention paid to superiority of workmanship and Cinr* llAnnmnntol lilnnl 

elegance of design. American and Foreign Granites f K jl/l I III ft 111/11 l/lf 1 1 1 K 

and Marbles in the Latest Designs. Sarcophagus Mon- I 111 U IllUII UlllUll UUI IlWl I\ 

uments. Tablets, etc. OF every description. 

Cor. Washington and Central Sts., Stoughton. Works at Cf|IITlI flUIIIPY TTTilQQ Near Quincy 
No. 8 Essex St., Beverly. Tel. 46-2, Quincy. OUU I II LI UIPIU I , lUROU ■ .y^ms depot. 



Branch Works 



THE FRANKLIN SENTINEL 

BELIEVES IN ADVERTISING. 
AS IT SOLICITS PA TRONAGE FROM OTHERS, SO IT LISTENS TO THE APPEALS OF OTHERS. 

JOB PRINTING. 

NEW FACES. NEW FACILITIES. NEW FEATURES. 

The Sentinel is the only paper published in town. It is issued Tuesdays and Fridays, at $2 00 per year, 
and aims to reach the point of typical treatment of town topics. 

UNITED STATES PAVING COMPANY, 

STREET PAVING IN ASPHALT, ASPHALT= 
IN A, GRANITE, AND BRICK. 

DEALERS IN 

Asphalt, Asphaltina, Waterproofing, Roofing Materials, etc. 

Paving, Roofing, and Waterproof = 
ing Materials 

FURNISHED TO CONTRACTORS. 

Concrete Construction a Specialty. 

BOSTON OFFICE, NEW YORK OFFICE, 

50 STATE STREET. 182 BROADWAY. 

TELEPHONE, BOSTON 1011. 



finest Northern Creamery BUTTER in Prints, Boxes, 
and all size Tubs, wholesale and retail. 

< in i -i LABI), ISGGS, HONKY, MAPLE BUGAK AND SYBUP, KIT., RTC. 

loams run through Mlllls, Medway, and West Midway on Mondays, Norwood and Westwood on luesdays. Medfield on 

Iridays. All mail orders promptly delivered. 

P. O. Ilni I ■:«. - - - MEDFIELD, MASS. 

WESTWOOD ICE CO. 

II. AM IN I) KhM AM DAILY. ADDRESS ALL ORDERS, 

Westwood Ice Company, 

BOX 32, NA^ESTXA/^OOD, IVIASS. 

,,. A w,M,m,M,-.n\. '-Mt-NANDCARRlAGbi WOKK PROMPTLY DONE 
"i '.ham.' MASS. j r'AINTBR. | \>IM,HI'\MIIH. 



Manufactured by 



\ SAVES TIME and LABOR. 



TsOMMEfk'Franklin, Mass ' AMMO"NTA SO A P. i Leaves the Clothing \ 
For Sale by all Orocers. \ -Q. 1TX 1?± U -Ll-L XI. UUJ11 . / Does not injure hands. 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



E. O. BRITTON, 

AUCTIONEER \ REAL ESTATE. 

HOUSES FOR SALE AND TO LET. 

FARM and VILLAGE PROPERTY Always On Hand. Auctioneer on All Kinds of Sales. 

Washington St., CANTON, M ASS. 

L. G. BRITTON, 

HACK, LIVERY, and BOARDING STABLE. 

Barges and Hacks To Let On All Occasions. 

Also Furniture Moving. 

WASHINGTON STREET, - CANTON, MASS. 

The FISHER CHURCHILL CO., 





UCIUS MOWRY, 

LIVERY, BOARDING, and 
BAITING STABLE. 

Dealer in HORSES, HARNESS, 
R03ES, and HAY. 
First-class Barge Furnished 

for Private Parties- 
Telephone Connection. 
Office and Stable, 

WASHINGTON ST., 
aj^pat STOUGHTON, MASS. 




'^^t^^M*.^^. *!_ _ 



-~-^v > ,*. -«*■ - 



GENERAL JOBBERL^:, D *2K„] CARPENTER. 



wedding axd ) FLORIST, EMIL HALLEN, 

FUNERAL DESIGNS. \ Walnut Hill, Dedham. / PROPRIETOR. 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

TEMPORARY ASYLUM 

Di&Giiaroed Female Prisoners. 

ESTABLISHED 1S64-. 

Founder, Hannah B. Chickering. Superintendent, Mrs. Elvira D. Whitney. 




THE DEDHAM HOME." 

'I HE I »BJECT OF THIS HOME is to ran- for women alter their discharge from pris ■ any 

tution. and for girls and women placed by the Judge on probation. Children with 
unfortunate mothers are admitted to the home and carefully provided for. Their staj varies accord 
ing to circun W bile under our charge, they receive training in sev ing, laundry < and house- 

used i" raise their tone, mentally, morally, and spiritually. The nursery 
offers a Bafe and happy home to children under five years n bo come with their mothers. 

Family Washings done by the dozen a specialty. 

OFFICERS. 
President, Mrs. Charles W, Dexter; Vice President, Mrs. Henry V. Poor; Treasurer, Miss \nm,- 
E Wilson, 101 Harvard St., Brookline ; Secretary, Miss II. Meyer, 194 Beacon St., Boston; Board of 

Manage! VIi Henrj \ I' \ Brookline, Mrs. Frederic!) T Gray, 89 Chestnut St., Boston, Miss 

Sarah D Bai i Cedar St., Boston, Mrs. Henry F. Durant, 80 Marlborough St., Boston Mrs 

Charles W. Dexter, ?5 Newburj SI Boston, Mrs, Waldo Colburn, Dedham, Mrs. Henry B. Mack in 

.si Stephen St., Boston, Miss Eliza Goodwin, 105 Marlborough St., Boston, Mrs. Charles C. 

■ h St.. Boston, Mrs .1 P. Maynard, 184 Newburj si . Mrs. George F. Fisher, 

Dedham Mrs B F. Shaw 2H Marborough St., Boston, Mrs, V. Lawrence Lowell, 171 Marlborough St., 

\| (1 Hooper, m't Beacon St. Boston, Mrs. J. I Tarbell, Readville, Mrs. William C. 

Williams. Dedham Mi Fannj Heard, Trinity Court, Boston, Mrs. .1,- s I; Vyer M s Beacon St., 

Boston Mi Fannj Hall, The Ludlow, Bo ton «i \ II Hayes, 19 Baj State Road, Boston, Mrs. 
Tolman Wlllej I* We i Cedar St., Boston, Miss Sarah K, Burgess, Dedham. Mrs. Win. I. Horton, 
TheAbl Commonwealth Ave.. Boston Mi A. Forbes Freeman, 14 Hereford Stj Vdvisory 

i i tiarii W. Dexter, Mr. James L. Putnam ; Executive C nittee, 

!• Maynard. Mi- Waldo Colburn, Mr Q i Fl her, Mrs. h. i; Mackintosh; Auditor, Mr. 

Vrthur B Deunj I Francis \ Peters, James L. Putnam; Purchasing 

Committee, Mr .Ian,, i. Putnam Ml I Heard Mi J P Maynard; Head Matron, Mrs. E. D. 

Whltm M I Ford ; Nurserj Matron, Mrs. Senior; Assistanl Matron. Miss M. 

Ibury ; Latuiilij Matron Mi u Mullan ; Vgent, Miss S. D. Nickerson, care Matron, House 

Siii. nil Donations should be lenl i" the Treasurer, Miss Annie E. Wilson, 161 Harvard 

i in 



YVcishin^ton Street, 



Dedham, IVIass. 



AAI nFI\l 'l'AWKIA(;E AN1)«415 Washington St., 
■ nLutllji sign painter. J Dedham, IVIass. 



1900. 1901. 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

Business Directory 

and Reference Book 

of 

ATTLEBORO, 

NO. ATTLEBORO, DEDHAM, STOUGHTON, 

WRENTHAM, MEDFIELD, EASTON, 

FRANKLIN, FOXBORO, AVON, 

MEDWAY, SHARON, HOLBROOK. 

MILLIS, CANTON, RANDOLPH, 

MASSACHUSETTS, 



PRESENTED WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE 
LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS. 



HOME CIRCULATION GRATUITOUS. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1900, in the office of the Librarian of Congress, 

Washington, l>. ( '.. 
BY PRANCES A. FOLSOM. 
N. B.— The style and manner <<f compiling this Book are original with the publisher, and are 

intended to be protected by this copyright. All rights are reserved. 



Agent for all the Reliable , 
Fixe and Life 
Id?-, ranee Companies. I 



GEO. F. BICKNELL, 

INSURANCE. 



Office, Room 8, 

27 Park St. 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



BIPMITS 

Photographs 




and Portraits. 



8 So. Main St., - ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



LI 

GLOVES, 

MILLINERY, 

VEILS. 

Odd Fellows Block, 

17 BANK STREET. - - ATTLEBORO. MASS. 



The ATTLEBORO HOME SANITARIUM 



Ke<ei \ ••- per- 
sons suffering 
from nfr\ <>iis 
:ui.i cbronic 
ii Iseases, 
Number lim- 
ited to t H live 

one "i tli,' ;ul 
\ outages ■>! a 
-in. ill sani- 
tarium bein^ 
t i».it each !>•■- 
cornea a mini 

lirr of Hih 
I'll J -i C i a n'8 
lam i I y anil 
il ii il <• r i- O n- 
stant iiliM'i- 
\ at ion. All 

tii*- appoint- 
ment I of I llf 
h o ii i •■ a r «■ 
ii rst -class. 

Elect ricity, 
M assage, 
I*, aths a n <i 
Trained Nur- 
ses. Bpeclal 

at I tut Ion i- 

glv< ii to Die- 
tit lea. I o i 

I <-t ins ami i <•- 

ferences, ad- 

.i i . -- 




ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



DR. A. C. MAIR 

PEI1TIST. 

Watson's Block, 13 So. Main si. 
I / TLEBORO, MASS. 



mrs. JMES e. OPPBELL. 

First-Class Table Board. Fur- 
nished Rooms with all Mod- 
ern Improvements. 

64 DUNHAM STREET, 
ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



Atllehoro Office of the PAWTDGhfiT TIMKS Is Koom (», Norton Block. Any 
News Items Left There Will Be. Appreciated. 



GROCER. L z - CARp E N TER>^™™£2Xz\!% 

v ^ * * v ^ ^ *-* * *■" \ l3ParkSt.. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. ' lowest prices and of the best quality. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF ATTLEBORO. 



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ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



Situated in the northeast c irner of Bristol C huh v. adjoining Norfolk County at the south, on the 
Providence division of the N. Y„ N. H. and Hartford R. R., 82 miles from Boston, and 12 miles from 
Providence, in area it lias:. 1 ; 6 square miles. It is the busiest town in New England, and ranks the 
47th place of importance in the < Commonwealth. 

The Attleboros are the largest and must famous jewelry manufacturing district in the world, giv 
tag employment to a large number of skilled hands in the designing and producing of choice goods 
Cor the jewelry trade. Large shipments are made to every trading point on tin- "loin-. Attleboro 
jewelrj is known the world over, and its excellence is vouched for in the European markets bj retail 
traders, who have very positive guarantees upon t heir goods as having been manufactured in Van's. 

Ait lei >on i has a fine water power. The "ten mile river" rises in wrentham, and runs through the 
Attleboros tatoSeekonk ( !ove. < In this stream are located many of the principal manufacturing estab- 
lishments. Attleboro is one of the earliest settlements in the Old Colony, ami was purchased of Alex 
ander, the elder brother of King Phillip, in 1666, by Capt. Thomas Wlllett. The town originally in- 
cluded Cumberland, Rhode Island. Time of King Phillip it was the site of Woodcock's Garrison. 

Incorporated I >ctober 19th, 1694, it has steadily marched to the front to its present coi erciai ami 

industrial importance. It has made rapid strides in population and manufacturing interest in the 
past few years. With its merchants prosperous and industrious, the conditions cleanly, its churches 
and chime bells, its streets and avenues, its abundant water supply, its efficient public schools, its 
well-equipped and finely managed street railways, live daily newspaper, magnificent opera house, with 
its several new buildings for manufacturing purposes, together with an efficient fire department. 
Attlehoro. it would seem, would continue in its prosperity, and unless some unknown calamity 
comes, it won M seem impossible for anj combination Of circumstances to arrest its growth either as 
a place with superior business advantages or as a healthy and growing township. 

Attlehoro enjoys direct electric street railroad connection via Wrentham, Franklin, and Ded- 
ham with Boston, and with Taunton via ('hartley. Norton, and with Providence via Pawtucket, and with 
Koxhoro via Wrentham. Its railroad facilities for shipment of freigbt and passenger service are 
most excellent. Population United States census 1890, 7,577. State census 1895, 8,288 Valuation 
Real Estate, $5,055,937. Personal Property, $1,335,081. Total. §6,390,968. Number of Polls 2,729 
Kate of Tax, $17.00. 



CHURCHES OF ATTLEBORO. 



Advent.— Christian Church. County St.. Rev. A. G. Lyon, pastor. 
Baptist.— So. Main St. Baptist church. Rev. Frederick l>. Blake, pastor. 

Hebron Baptist Church, Eebronville. Wilbur F. Allton, pastor 
Congregational. -First Congregational church. Newport Ave., So. Attleboro. John Whitehill, 
pastor. 

Second Congregational Church, Park St.. Rev. Wilson s. Fritch, pastor. 
Episcopal. All Saints Episcopal < Ihurch, No. Main St.. Rev. J. L. Tyran, rector. 
Free Church. — Peoples Free Church. So. Main St.. E. W. Mallorv. pastor. 
Methodist. —A. M. E. Zion Church, cor. Leroy and Bennett Sts., George ll. .Morse, pastor. 

Hebron Methodist Church. Hebronville. Alexander Anderson, pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal ( Ihurch, No. Main St., Rev. Thomas Tyrie, pastor. 

Roman Catholic. St. John's Roman < latholic Church. No. Main St.. Rev. John I >'< lonnell, pastor 

St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, So. Mam St., Rev. p. s. McGee, pastor. 
Universalist. — Murray Universalist ( ihurch, So. Main St.. Rev. J. II. ll olden, past >r. 
Women's Christian Temperance Union.— 14 So. Main St. 
Young Women's Christian Temperance Union. 14 So. Main st. 
Young Men's Christian Association. — Countj St. 



DARIUS BRIGGS, 

Carriage manufacturer 

and Wheelwright. 

Carriage Painter and General Job- 
ber. Repairing of all Kinds 
Promptly Attended to. 



O/VK M 
Brlggs Corner, 



ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



\A/. I_. ELLI 

...DENTIST... 

Office Hours From 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. 



Open Sundays for Extracting 

Office and Residence, - 10 County St. 
ATTLEBORO, = MASS. 



Wind Mills, Tanks, and , 
Towers, and 
Electrical Supplies. ' 



A. R. 1YIAGOMBER, 

21 NO. MAIN STREET. 



\ Agent for Gas 
...and... 
Gasoline Engines. 



PEN ^r>i, GEO. F. B/CKNELL. 

PROSKC1 Til). » 



Office, Room 8, 

27 Park St , 
Attleboro. 



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HATTIEM. WHITMAN, 

TEACHER OF 

PIANO AND VOICE. 

1 1 5 Bank Street, Attleboro. Mass . 

GERTRUDE FEARS, 

Teacher of Violin. 
Room 24, Watson's Block, No. Main Street, ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



flISS EPITH fl. LAPP, 



TEACHER OK 



Piano, Harmony, and Voice. 

No. Attleboro on Mondays. 

Refers by Permission to Albert S. Metcalf, of 
Boston, and Wm. R. Lane, of Providence. 

29 Sanford St., Attleboro, Mass. 



AViss Elizabeth (I). 
ind -AUrtl)* Fisber. 

The Best of 

TABLE BOARD. 

Everything Homelike and 

Served in First=Class 

Style. 

50 Dunham St., ATTLEBORO. MASS. 



MISS AURORA EVANS, 

of Providence, 
Teacher of 

PIANO, ORGAN, and HARMONY. 

At 22 Bank Street, Attleboro, 

on Wednesdays. 

Will Call at Pupil's Residence 

if Desired. 



!. HUGE SELLECK, 

Teacher of 

PIANO *od ORGAN. 

Residence, 102 Dean Street, Attleboro, Mass. 

Mondays at Pupil's Residence, 

NO. ATTLEBORO. 



MRS. B. S. BURLIMGAME, 13 CAPRON ST. 

Furnished Rooms To L»et. 

Agent for Miss Modelle Mtllcr'a Lily Bouquet, a Preparation for the Complexion. Highly Recommended by Ladiei 
of Attleboro and Vicinity for Pimples, Freckles, and all Skin diseases. 

Branch Office, 13 Capron St. 

PARISIAN AND DOMESTIC MILLINERY. 
M'LLE LOUIS6. 

48 So. Main Si. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



SMI ,,|VS "- ' F A TAVi HP v oiFir.E. 

\Mi /-. /i. # /\Y I^UIX, REAR MEAD'S 

MHMMKI M(I\IS(, U.yidcncc, 4<>l>unham St. ATTLEBORO, MASS. I DRUG STORE. 



HWY RflnPlfflTliXi*" %- CARPENTER * Complete Line of 



Goods. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OP I.TTLEBORO 



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ATTLEBORO POSTOFFICE. 

.1. A. THAYER, Postmaster. 
Office hours, 6:80 a. m. to 7:80 p. m. Saturdaysuntil8p.il. Lobby open until 9 p. m. Sundai i 
to 9:80 a. m. ami 5 to P. m. 







ARRIVAL ANh DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 


ARRIVE FROM 


DESTINATION. 

Plainville. 


DEPART FOR 


7. s. 11:50 a. m. 


: 1. 5:00 p. u 






6:40, '.». 10. 12:00 a. m. 


7:1ii a. .v.: ~':K). 


5, 7:oo i». m. 






North Attleboro. 


r,:(o. 8:30, 11:20 a. is.; 1:40 p. m. 


7:10. 9:10 A. m.- 


2:10, ."). 7:oo i 


'. M. 




Attleboro Falls. 


0:to. 8:30. 11:20 a. m.: 1:40 p. M. 


3:30 p. m. 








Rehobnth. 


5:00 p. m 


7. '.i. in a. m.: 1 


5:00 i\ m. 






Taunton and Chartley. 


8:80 a. m.: 12:40, 1:1" P m 


5:00 i'. m. 








Barrowsville. 


8:80 a. m. 


7. 8. 12:00 a. is. 


. t, 5:00 p. m. 






Boston. 


7. o. hi. 12:00 a. m.; I. 6, 9:30 p. m. 


7. 8, 12:00 a. m. 


4. 5:00 i». m. 






Canada. 


7. 9, 10. 12:00 a. m.; i. 6, 9:80 p m 


7. s. infill a. m. 


12:80, 4:15. E 


:00 p 


m. 


Chicago. 


'.1:80. lo. 12:00 a. m.: 1. 9:30 p. m. 


7. S. 11:00 a. M. 


12:80, 5:00 p 


M. 




Mansfield. 


0. 12:00 a. is.; 6, 9:30 p. m. 


7. 8, 12:00 a. u. 


4. 5:00 p. m. 






Fall River. 


7. o. lo. 12:00 a. m.: t. 6, 9:80 p. m 


7. S. 10:00 A. M. 


12:30, 4:30, ." 


:00 p. 


IS. 


New York State. 


'.i:8o, 10. 12:00 a. m.; 1. 9:30 p. m 


7. s. 10:00 a. m. 


12:30, 1:80, E 


:00 p. 


IS. 


New Jersey. 


9:30, io. 12:00 a. k.; 4. 9:30 p. m 


7. 8, lo:oii A . m. 


12:30, 1:30, ." 


:00 p. 


M. 


Pennsylvania. 


9:30, lo. 12:00 a. m.: 1. 9:30 p. m. 


7. s. iii:iio a. m. 


12:80, 4:80, r 


:00 p. 


M. 


Western States. 


11:30. io. 12:00 a. m.: 4. 9:30 P m 


7. 8, 10:OOa. is. 


12:30, 1:80, ." 


:00 p 


M. 


Southern States. 


9:30, 10. 12:00 a. m.: 1. 9:30 p. u. 


7. s. lo : oo a. m. 


12:30, 1:30, : 


:00 p. 


M. 


New York City. 


9:30, io. 12:00 a. is.; 4. 9:30 p. u. 


7. s. lO:im a. m. 


12:80, 4:80, 5 


:00 p. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


9:30, io. 12:00 a. m.: 4. 9:30 p. m. 


7. s. 10:00 a. u. 


: 12:30, 1:30, E 


:30 i'. 


M. 


Foreign. 


9:30, io. 12:00 a. m.: 4. 9:30 p. m. 


7. s. 10:00 a. m. 


12:80, 4:30, ." 


:30, 6:30 p. m. 


Providence. 


7. 8:30. 11:20 a. m.: :;. 1. 9:80 P M 


I. 8. ni:Oii a. K. 


12:80 1:80 5:30. 6:80 P m 


Pawtucket 


;. 8:30. 11:20 a. m.: 1. 9:30 p. m. 



SOUTH ATTLEBORO POSTOFFICE. 

JOHN F. HEAD. Postmaster. 
( )fflce hours from 6:30 a. m. ti> 8:30 p. m. Mails open 6:30 a. m.. 1 :30, 7 i>. m. Mails close 9:40 a. m 

12:40,7:40 p. m. 



HEBRONVILLE POSTOFFICE. 

JOSEPH V. CURRAN, Postmaster. 
offlcr' hours from 6:15 a. m. to 7 p. m. Mails open 8:10, 9:30, 11:10 a. m., 5 p. m. Mails close 8:31 1, 10:3i 
a. is., 3:30 p. m. 

DODGEVILLE POSTOFFICE. 

WILLIAM H. GARNER, Postmaster. 
Office- hours from 6 a, m. to 1 ! p. m. .Mails open 8:02, 9:18 a. m.. 1:02, 5:02 p. u. Mails close 8:40 a. m 

12:40, 3:lo p. is. 



LiIVERY, HACK, 

BOARDING, 
AND - - SALiE. 

59 South Main St., 

ATTLEBORO, MASS, 

Hacks for Parties, Weddings. 
Funerals, Etc 

F. H. CAPR0N, Prop'r. 
TELEPHONE, 26-2. 

PUBLIC CARRIACE 




ACETYLENE / ^ R 
GAS MACHINES* 



MACOMBER, 

21 NO. MAIN. 



ALL KINDS 

ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIES. 



Real Estate Bought , QEO. F. BICKNELL, 
and Sold by \ real l 



\ Office. Room 8. 27 Park St. 

STURDY BLOCK. 
' ATTLEBORO. - MASS 



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E. 0. DEXTER, 

Contractor, mason, and Builder 



.DEALER IN. 



Brick, Lime, and Cement. 

Heavy Teaming, Ex- 
cavating. and Grading. 

222 Park Street, - ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



J. L TOBITT & 60. 

HOUSE POINTERS. 

Dealers in Wail Papers, 
Curtains, Paint, Glass, &c. 



22 Park Street. 
ATTLEBORO. 



I Bank Street. 

MASS. 



JEREMIAH S. ROCKWELL, 



ARCHI 




T 

No Job too Small and None too 
Large to Receive my Prompt 
and Persona/ Attention, 

Houses Built lo Sell and to Rent. 

The Building of modern Dwelling 
Houses a Specialty.. 

Office and Residence, - 20 Falmouth Street, 



ATTLEBORO, 



W. E. GROVES, 

Buiif iig and Boiler moving, 
and General Teaming. 

t Dr. Mackie' Office, It Pleas- 
ant Street, Will Receive Prompt Attention, 

Residence, Bishop St., Cor. Pike Ave., 

•A I 11,1 .fi< »!<<). MASS. 



D. E. ADAMS, 

House Painter s Decorator 

Full Line of Artistic Wall 
Papers Constantly on Hand. 

IK Bank St., ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



Karelins Eyei") Dayi Dollars' Worth of Foreign. Domestic, Snonin$. and Local 
News for One Cent In the PAWTICHLT TIMES. 



Fl r\ IID / L. Z. CARPENTER, * All the leading brands 
I Cj OK, 13 Park St., of Pastry and Bread Flour 

*" ^"^ w ' Attleboro, Mass. ' '»'♦■ «"■!»*■ '" »*»<u. 

AND REFERENCE BOOK OF ATTLEKORo. 15 



ATTLEBORO INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

MASONIC. Ezekiel Bates Lodge, F. & A. M. Regular i imunications third Wednesday of each 

month at Masonic ball, Park St. 
King Hiram Royal Arch Chapter. Regular convocations every si nd Thursday oi each 

month at Masonic hall, Park St. 
Attleboro Council of Royal and Select Masters. Meets second Monday in October, Decem- 
ber, February, and April at Masonic hall, Park St. 
Order of the Eastern Star, Hope Chapter, No. 41, 0. E. S.— Meets first Monday of every 

ninTitli at Masonic hall, Park St. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Orient Lodge, No. 165, I. 0. 0. F. Meetseverj 

Thursday evening at Odd Fellows hall, Rank St. 
Royal U. S. Grant Lodge, No. 7442. Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings of each 

month at Royal Arcanum hall, Park St. 
Gideon M. Horton Encampment, No. 80, I. 0. 0. F.— Meets second and fourth Wednesday 

evenings of each month at Odd Fellows hall, Hank St. 
Canton Attleboro, No. 48, Patriarchs Militant.- ( Idd Fellows hall, Bank St. 
Occident Lodge, No. 56. Daughters of Rebekah. Meets second and fourth Monday evenings 

of each month at odd Fellows hall. Rank St. 
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows (Colored). Eastern Lodge.— Meets second and fourth 

Monday evenings Of each month in <!. F. < ». O. F. hall, Pleasant St. 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— Pythagoras Lodge, No. 70, K. of P.— Meets every Wednesday evening at 

Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
Rathbone' Sisters, Pythagoras Temple, No. 21.— Meets second and fourth Friday evenings 

of each month at Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
Attleboro Company, Uniform Rank, K. of P. Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings of 

each month at Gr. A. R. hall. Park St. 
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN.— Heyfrey Lodge. No. 22, A. 0. U. W.— Meets first and 

third Tuesday evenings of each month at G. A. R. hall. Park St. 
Peninngton Lodge, No. 44, A. 0. U. W. Meets first and third Wednesday evenings of each 

month at odd Fellows hall. Rank St. 
UNITED ORDER PILGRIM FATHERS.— Annawam Colony, No. 91, U. 0. P. F.— Meets second and 

fourth Monday evenings of each month at Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
Wauneta Colony, No. 202. U. I*. P. F.— Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each 

month at ( )dd Fellows hall. Rank St. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. William A. Streeter Post No. 145, G. A. R.— Meets second 

and fourth Monday fevenings of each month at G. A. R. hall. Park St. 
William A. Streeter Woman's Relief Corps.— Meets second and fourth Wednesday evenings 

of each month at <;. A. R. hall. Park St. 
MISCELLANEOUS. -American Benefit Society, Eagle Lodge, No. 8. Meets first Thursday even- 
ing of each month at H. E. Carpenter's office. Horton Block. 
Golden Rule Alliance, Attleboro Chapter, No. 28.— Meets third Thursday of each month at 

homes of members. 
Independent t rder of Red Men, Pokanoket Tribe, No. 38. -.Meets every Friday evening at 

odd Fellows hall. Bank St. 
Knights of Columbus, St. John's Council, K. of C, No. 404. — Meets every Tuesday evening 

at K. of ('. hall. Bank St. 
Knights of Malta, Hospitaller Commandery, No. 279, K. of M. Meets first and third Tues- 
day evenings of each month at odd Fellows hall. Bank St. 
Order of the Daughters of St. George, May Victoria Lodge, No. 128. Meets first ami third 

Wednesday evenings at <;. A. R. hall. Park St. 
Order United Amerian Mechanics, Hope Council, No. 41 .-Meets .very Friday evening at 

Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
Penrose Lodge. Degree of Honor.— Meets first ami third Thursdays of each month at <;. A. 

• R. hall. Park St. 
Royal Arcanum, Attleboro Council, No. 366. Meets first ami third Monday evenings of each 

month at Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
Royal Society of Good Fellows. Attleboro Assembly, No. 138, R. S. G. F. —Meets third 

Thursday of each month at Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 
United Order of the Golden Cross, Attleboro Commandery, No. 392, U. 0. G. C. Meets 

first and third Fridays of each month at Royal Arcanum hall. Park St. 

M. F. ASHLEY, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

JOBBING A SPECIALTY. 

Residence, 12 St urdy St., ATTI/KBORO, MASS. 

GEORGE H- SNELL, 

MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

Carriages of Every Description. 

MACHINE FORGING AND BUILDERS' IRON WORK. 

Works, 4-7 and 4-9 County Street. _ ATTIFBfiRO Ml^ 

Residence, 6 King Street. Hi I iupuiw, I y*JJ. 

Isolated Electric Light and A. K. MACOMBER, 

Telephone Plants Installed. * 21 No. Main. 




PLACE YOUR 

PENSION CLAIMS 
WITH 



GEO. F. BICKNELL. 



27 PARK ST.. 
A TTLEBORO, 
MASS. 



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MALCOLM GURRIE, 

Contractor and Builder. 

Contracts Made and Faithfully Executed for all Kinds of Public and Private Buildings. Repairs and Jobbing of 
Every Description Promptly Attended to. Plans and Specifications Furnished When Desired. 
Office and Shop, Rear 26 Falmouth Street, ATTLEHORO, MASS. 



SETH R. BRIGGS, 



BRIGGS HOUSE, 



Deputy Sheriff, Justice of the Peace, Accommodations for Permanent and 

Auctioneer. I Transient Quests. Rates Reasonable, 

29 So. Main Street, ATTLEBORO, MASS. 29 So. Main Street, ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



CHAS. H. DILLON, 

Steam Heating Engineer 

and Sanitary Plumber. 

Plans and Estimates Furnished on Application. 

Agent for American Boiler Co.'s 

Steam and Hot Water Heaters, 

The Best Line of Goods in the Market. 

Cor Union and Capron Streets, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



T.E. PEM1N&S0N, 

EXPRESS. 

Piano and Furniture Moving, Heavy Teaming. 
And Barge Parties Accommodated. 

17=21 East Street, Attleboro, Mass. 
T. E. PERRIN. E. E. PERR1N. 



L 





Furniture and Piano Mover. 
Heavy Trucking, Machinery, 
and Safe Moving a Specialty. 



126 So. Halo St, 



ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



Send a Postal to 

WILLIAM A. SMALL, 

20 Prospect St., Attleboro' 

AND HE WILL 

REPAIR YOUR 

Watch or Clock, 

AND WARRANT IT ONE YEAR. 

WATCHES: 

Cleaned !"5c Mainspring 75c. Jewels an I Pivots 75c 

CLOCKS: 

i lleaned 75c and $1.00 Mainsprings f5c 

No extra cliirge to call for and deliver work. 





G. I. SIMPSON, 

RH 7* R7VY7SC I ST, 

21 l>ark Street, ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

EVERETT I. RERRV, 
THE HABERDASHER GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 

A COMPLBTl i INI CAN BE POUND AT ALL SEASONS OP THE YEAR. 
3 I'.irk St.. ATTLEBORO. MASS. 

Ml\\> II \MlNii, ( l — t-t- T"TT\/1 /^v r- j i Resident r, 4<) Dunham St.' 

LT- /-\ I /-V Y L-V^rX, Office. Rear Meads 

FRFK.III IUHMNG. > Attleboro, Mass ' Drugstore. 



! L. Z. CARPENTER, ^^iIVHwwl* " 

\ 13 Park Street, - ATTLEBORO, MASS. I TRY OUR 50 CENT TEA. 



TEfl-COFfEE 



AND REFERENCE BOOE OF ATTLEBORO. 



ATTLEBORO FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



4. Cor. So. Main and Capron St- 

6. Cor. Park and Bank Sts. 

8. Cor. Pine and Dunham Sts. 

'.I. <>p]i. Steam Power Building. 

14. C<>r. Pearl and Union Sts. 

16. South Attleboro. 

85. Dodgeville. 

81. < 'in- Barn. 

32. Horton & AngelTs Shop. 

:{:i. Simmon's Shop. 

34. Cor. Peck and X. Main Sts. 

35. Cor. N. Main and West Sts. 

36. < 'or. Peck and Bank Sts. 
87. Hop.- St. 

38. Cor. X. Main and Holden Sts. 

39. Cor. West St. and North A.ve. 
12. Cor. So. Main and Maple Sts. 



Four double strokes I I-I II II I at 7:4.") a. m.— 
No school session in the forenoon. 

Four Double strokes I I-I I-I I-I I at 8:15a. m.— 
Xo school for primary grades that day. 

Four Double strokes 1 I-I I-I I-I I at 11:15 a. m. 

No school session in the afternoon. 

Three Strokes 1 I I after an alarm of Are is for 
direct pressure. 





i.'i. 


1 lebroliville. 




i... 


( 'or. East and So, Main Sts. 




16. 


( )pp. Bullock's Shop. 




17. 


( 'or. East and Barker Sts. 




IS. 


Maple St. 




51. 


County St. opp. Sneii s shop. 




58. 


( lor. County and Fifth Sts. 




54. 


Cor. Mechanics and Third Sts. 




56. 


( Jounty St. 




57. 


( 'omit v St. 




58. 


Third and Prospect Sts. 




61. 


t lor. Bark St. and Bark A \ e. 




62. 


Morey St . 




63. 


Cor. Bark and Forest sts. 




71. 


Pleasant St. 




72. 


Cor. Gustin Ave. and Pleasant St 




73. 


Alger's Corner. 


SPECIAL 


SIGNALS. 



Two strokes I I Recall. 

Two strokes 1 I at 12:30 p. m. Test. 

i »ne stroke I at 8:30 p. m. Test. 

5-5-5 to call the members t > their quarters 

NOTICE TO KEY HOLDERS. 

Your key will fit every box. 

stay by box until the department arrh es 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



BETWEEN ATTLEBORO AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 32 MILES. 

One month S1I 00 

Two months 26 25 

Three months 35 00 

Children under 18 years of age, one half 

ab.>\ e rates 

Five ride ticket 3 ;!?> 

Single ride ticket 

Children between 5 and 12 years of age. 

single tare 

The C immutation tickets are for one. two, and three mouths 

( lost of 1000 mile i k. $20.00. 



ro 



35 



BETWEEN ATTLEBORO AND PROVIDENCE. 

DISTANCE 12 MILES. 

One month a 

Two months 

Three months 

< Ihildren under is j cars of age, one half 

above rates 

Five ride ticket 

Single ride ticket 

Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 
single fare 

By using mileage to Pawtucket and trip 

ticket from Pawtucket to Provide) , 

ride may be had for 

inly, commencing from any week 



; 2 
13 50 

|s on 



1 25 



21 
lay. 



OPERH HOUSE HOTEL HUD GHEE 

THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE AT" 
TLEKOIlos, where you can get a reg- 
ular hotel dinner. Special attention 

paid to transient guests. 

Catering lop Socials ami Weddings a Specialty. 

Dealer in Huyler's, Tenny's. and Baker's 
FINE CHOCOLATES. 

Don't forget we are the leaders in all kinds of plain and 
fancy ICE CREAMS in any quantity at short notice. 



\AA. 



:dd"v, prop' 



A. A. GUILD, 

EUECTRICIAN. 

Estimates furnished for complete installation 
of private plants. Dynamos and motors 
furnished at short notice. All orders by- 
mail promptly attended to. House 
wiring of all kinds. P. O. Box 121. 

5irailroa ave,. Attleboro, Mass. 



A. R. MACOMBER, 

21 IMO. IVIAIN, 



AGENT FOR CAS, ELECTRIC, AND 
COMBINATION FIXTURES. 



MISS E. M. THOMAS, ' Parlere, J12 Park St. 



PARTY DRESSES IN 
LATEST FASHIONS. 



FASHIONABLE DRESSNUKER. 



Attleboro, Mass. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



RICHARD H. JON 




CONTRACTOR CONCRETE PAVINC AND SIDEWALKS 

Gravel and Slate Roofing. Estimates Furnished for all Classes of Concreting and Roofing. Roofing Slate for Sale 
and Furnished on Application. Office and Residence, 17 Pleasant St., - ATTLEBORO. MASS. 



FRED E. COFF, 

HOUSE PAINTER 

...DEALER IN... 

Wall Papers, White Lead, Oils, Var- 
nishes, Putty, Window Glass, Etc. 

Wholesale - and - Retail. 
Union St., - ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



F. C. MOWRY, 

House Painter, Decorator, 
and Paper Hanger. 

All Work Done Promptly and in 
a Satisfactory Manner 



ATTLEBORO, 



MASS. 



N. J. JAPSON, 

..CONTR ACTOR .. 

Of All Kinds of Mason Work. 

tsilMUIS GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

Residence, r>:{ Emory Street, 



ATTLEBORO, 



MASS. 



ESTABLISHED 1887. 

ABEL W. GILSON, 

SUCCESSOR TO L. T. STARKEY, 

BILL POSTER and DISTRIBUTER 

FOR THE FOLLOWING PLACES: 

POPULATION ATTLEBORO. 10,000: NO. ATTLEBORO- 

8,000; WRENTHAIM. 3.000; MANSFIELD. 

4.000: REHOBOTH. 1.000. 



Office. 12 Holman St.. 



ATUEBOaO. M\SS 



..\/ A K A'S.. 

LEADERS IH CONFECTIONERY H6E CREHPI. 

fee Cream Soda, 5c a Glass, the Finest. 

Wr. Garry <% Full L>ine of Olonfectiunery y 

MANUFACTURED FRESH E NX E R V HOUR 

LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE FOR PIRE GOODS. 



O PARK BT., 



ATTLEBORO, IVI.-X.SS. 



SAFE, PIANO, 
AND 
FURNITURE MOVER. Re$., 4«i Illinium Si 



I.. A. TAYLOR, 



ONIV CAREFUL MEN EM- 
PLOYED. OFFICE. 
AIMfBORO. M\SS. 'RFAR MEADS DRUG STORE. 



BUTTER. L. Z. CARPENTER, : F ^Pr u tVwva?y.^. 



13 PARK ST., ATTLEBORO, MASS. 
AND REFERENCE BOOK <>F ATTLEBORO. 



' In prints, or from the tub. 



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ATTLEBORO ELECTRIC 



STREET CAR SERVICE. 



INTERSTATE CONSOLIDATED STREET RAILWAY CO. 

CARS BETWEEN ATTLEBORO AND PAWTUCKET. 

Cars leave Attleboro at 6:35 a. m., then at 5 and 35 minutes past the hour till 12:05 p. m. 
( Jars leave Pawtucket for Attleboro at 2u and 50 minutes past the hour till 1 1 :50 i>. in. 

CARS BETWEEN ATTLEBORO AND NO. ATTLEBORO AND PLAINVILLE. 

( !ars leave Attleboro 5:35. 6:00, 6:35 a. in., and then at 5 and 35 minutes past the hour till 11:15 p. m. 

Cars leave Plainville (connecting with Pawtucket cars at Attleboro) at 6:10 a. m.. then at in and 
40 minutes past the hour till 11 :50 p. m. 

This line of cars connects through Plainville with Wrentham, Foxboro, and Franklin, thence i \ ia 
Dedham i to Host in. 



TAUNTON AND NORTON STREET RAILWAY CO. 

CARS BETWEEN ATTLEBORO (via CHARTLEY, NORTON, 
AND MANSFIELD) AND TAUNTON. 

( !ars leave Attleboro al 6:59 and 7:35 a. m.. then h >urh til] 9:35 p. m. 
Cars leave Taunton 5:50, 7:25 a. m.. then hourly to 10:25 p. in. 




S. P. CLARK & CO. 

Druggists and Pharmacists. 

Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, and everything usually 
found in a first-class drug store at Bottom Prices. 

And Proprietors of 



Clark's Pile Cure. 
Clark's Toothache Drops. 
Clark's Blood Purifier 
Clark's Healing Lotion. 
Clark's Peruvian Bitters. 
Clark's Canker Powder. 



Clark's Scientific Cough Cure. 
Clark's Saponaceous Dentrifice 
Clark's Compound Carbolic Healing Oint- 
ment 
Clark's Queen of Hair Dressings. 
Clark's Dysentery and Diarrhoea Cnre. 
Clark's Magical Pain Extractor. 

Our Remedies are Warranted to Give Satisfaction, or Money Refunded 

Cifford's Block, I O Park St reet, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS LIKENESS. 



A. R. MACOMBER, 

21 NO. MAIN ST., ATTLEBORO, MASS., 



) Installs Burglar Alarms, Kire Alarms, Hotel 

Annunciators, Watchmen's Time Regis- 

) ters, and Jewelers' Plating Dynamos. 



Leader in Up-to-Date Styles and | MlfvQ F M THOMAS 
Trimmings. Specialty made of Tailor .miOO L»./n. liiy/n/i<j 

Made Suits. * Fashionable Dressmaker. 



1 Parlors, 

112 PARK ST., 
' Attleboro, Mass. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




ISAAC AUGER, JR., 

Dealer in Pure Aerated Milk and Cream. 

All Milk put up In Class Jars. 

Fancy Poultry and Eggs for Hatching. 

Vegetables and Strawberries in their Season. 



252 Pleasant St., 



Attleboro, Mass. 



C. B. GUSTIN, 
FRY AND I 



F>OU 

gags for Hatching in Season and Thoroughbred Stock for Sale. 

Pure Bred White and Buff Wyandottes. 

Buff Plymouth Rocks. Visitors Welcome at all times. 

Lindsey St., Attleboro, Mass. 



PARK ST. STABLE. 



H. B SHAW, Prop'r. 




First-Class Teams ready at all times. COUPES at all trains, and 

rubber-tired HACKS can be furnished at any hour. Best 

turnouts in town at reasonable prices. Boarding. 



REAR PARK HOTEL, 

Attleboro, 



Tel. No. 111-4. 

Mass. 



MILK. 




FRED. E. CHBEVBR, 
Pure Milk from Inspected Cows. 



Delivered in Olass Bottles if desired. 
Fresh Eqqs and Vegetables delivered. 
Hard and Sofl Wood In the Cord. 



401 North Main St., 



Attleboro, Mass. 



Dead Animals Removed by 

N. ROY & SON. 

Also Di alers in 

Chicken Scrips, fertilizers, Oils, Soap, Etc. >- 



Roy A i e. . 



telephone, No. 109-2. 

So. Attleboro, Mass. 




FREIGHT FORWARDER 



B. A. TAYLOR, 

Res. 4<l Itunham St.. Attleboro, Mass. 
Office, rear Mead's Drug Store. 



PICKLES . . . 
CANNED GOODS. 



I L. Z. CARPENTER. 

» 13 Park St., ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



I We carry a particularly large line of 
the medium and fine grades of these 
' goods. Also salad oils and dressings 



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21 



DAY AND NIGHT TELEGRAPH RATES 

From Atti.eboro, and North Attleboro, and Towns in Norfolk 

County, Massachusetts, to all parts of the United 

States and Canada. 

Below are the telegraph rates established by the Western Union Telegraph Company and the Pos 
tal Telegraph Cable Company to each State in the Union and Provinces of Canada. Cor messages of 

leu words or less, exclusive of date, address, and signature, also the rates for additional words. 
Thus: When ten-word day rate is 85 cents, the rate for each additional word is 2 cents: "hen 
ten- word day rate is (0 cents, each additional won I is 8 cents. See nighl rate below. 



DAY MESSAGE RATES. 



Day 
I >est ination. Rate. 

Alabama 60-4 

Arizona Territory. 1.00-7 

Arkansas 75-5 

i California, South. .1.00-7 

•• Other Offices.1.00- 

( Colorado 75-5 

Connecticut 25-2 

Delaware 10-8 

Dist. of Columbia. . 10-8 

Florida 60-4 

I lei irgia 60-4 

Idaho 1.00-7 

Illinois. QJiicago. . . 50-3 

" Other Offices. 60-4 

Indiana 50-3 

Indian Territory . 75-5 

Iowa 60-4 

Kansas 75-5 



Day 
Destination. Rate. 
Kent uekv. Lo u is- 

ville. 50-3 

" Other Offices. 60-4 
Louisiana. New 

Orleans 60-5 

•■ Other Offices. 75-5 

Maine 25-2 

Manitoba 75-5 

Maryland, Italtim'e 35-2 

" Other Offices. 50-3 

Massachusetts 25-2 

Michigan, North . . 60-4 

■■ Other Offices. 50-3 

Minnesota 60-4 

Mississippi 60-4 

Missouri 60-4 

Montana 75-5 

Nebraska, Omaha.. 60-4 



Day 

Destination. Rate. 

Nebras ka , Other 

Offices 75-5 

Nevada 1.00-7 

New Brunswick.... 50-3 

New Hampshire 25-2 

New Jersey. Jersey 
City and Hoboken 25-2 
" Other offices. 40-3 
New Mexico Terri- 
tory 75-5 

New York, N. Y. 

City and Brooklyn 25-2 
New York, Other 

offices 40-8 

N< nth Carolina B 1-3 

North Dakota 75-5 

Nova Scotia. 50-3 

ohio 50-3 



Day 

Destination, Mate 

Oklahoma Terrify 75 5 

Ontario (0-3 

( >regon 1.00 i 

Pennsylvania W 3 

Quebec W-3 

Rhode Island 85-3 

South Carolina 50-8 

South Dakota 75-5 

Tennessee <iU-4 

Texas. West :.". 5 

•• Other Offices. 75-5 

Utah Territory 75 5 

Vermont 25-2 

Virginia 50-3 

Washington LOO-I 

West Virginia 50-3 

Wisci msin t;n- 1 

Wyoming 75-5 







NIGHT 


MESSAGE RATES 


. 






Chen Day 


Night- 


When Day 


Night 


When Day 


Night 


When Day 


Night 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


rate is 


80-1 


20-1 


35-2 


85-1 


50* 3 


40-3 


,.i -.) 


60 1 


85-8 


25-1 


40-3 


30-2 


60 -( 


40-3 


, .i ., 


75 5 


30-2 


25-1 


50-3 


311-2 


i,ii i 


50-3 


LOO 7 


1. in i-7 



Gable rates to countries beyond the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, to Mexico, Central America. 
South America, the West Indies, including Cuba, and the Bahamas, and the Bermuda Islands, fur 
nished on application. Money transferred by telegraph. 



The RED HOUSE BROODER 

Manufactured by 

W. F, MERRY, Briggs Corner, Attleboro, Mass. 

This is the only Brooder manufac- 
tured with Top Heat and Hover to keep 
the Chicks from Hovering and smoth- 
ering themselves. 

For prices and particulars send for circular. 





- - .JERSEY CREAM - - 

Raised by the CENTRIFUGAL SEPARATING PROCESS. 

DELIVERED IN GLASS JARS. 

Milk and Skim-Milk Supplied Regularly to Customers. 

O. M. KEITH, 

Meadow Hill Farm, - ATTLEBORO, MASS. 
Orders left at F. A. Wetherell's Market will be promptly attended to. 



A. K. MACOMBER, 

No. 21 No. Main St. 



i Agent for Gas and Gasoline Engines, Wind 
\ Mills, Tanks, and Towers, and Electrical 
I Supplies. 



ByBN,N %B D oSfSg 4VD 'MISS E. IH. THOMAS, 

OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. * Fashionable Dressmaker. 



PARLORS, 
112 PARK ST., 
ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



VNTHOXY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



WILLIAM A. VICKERY, 

DEALER IN 

SPRING WATER ICE. 

ALSO DEALER IN WOOD AND STONE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR MASONS' TRADE. 
BRIGGS CORNER, ATTLEBORO, MASS 

O. I_. BOWEN, 

CONTACTOR JV\F\S0N f\ND BUILDER. 

MASON WORK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY CIVEN. WORKMANSHIP THE BEST. 

210 Pine St. Attleboro, Mass. 

THE SOLOMON SANATORIUM 

ATTLEBORO. MASS. 

For tlie Treatment of CANCER, TUMORS, cGancerof Internal Orpns MM) 

AND CHRONIC DISEASES. 












2 A BEACON STRll I. 



JAMES M. SOLOMON, M. D. f 



BOSTON, MASS. 



JOHN J. HORNE, 
Contractor Mason and Builder. 



CENTER PIECES MADE TO ORDER. 



Otfkc nnil HcsidciiLi-, 78 Parker St , 



ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



JAMES A. BRADLEY, 

mouse f=>aii\j-te:f?. 

Outside and Inside Painting in all its Branches. 

Painting ff-ticih Buildings rind Water Tanks a Specialtu. 

Office and Residence, 31 James St., 
ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

pZ. Y\. T~ TW \ .OF? * OFFICE, REAR MEADS 

SAFE MOVING \ Reildence, 49 Dunham St , ATTLEBORO, MASS. I DRUGSTORE. 




FANCY... / 

GROCERIES.* 



L. Z. CARPENTER, 

13 PARK ST.. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



j A Complete Line of 
' The Finest Goods. 



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83 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



A complete list, up-to-date, of all business Arms, in looking for a firm name or individuals in 
business, patrons of this directory, you will find their address under the different classified headings 
that their business calls for. If not a patron you will find them only under the principal business 
head that they are engaged in. You will always save money by patronizing firms who solicil your 
trade. They want your casb at a reasonable profit. 

ABBREVIATION'S : s. A.. Smith Attleboro ; IF. Bebronville : !>.. Dodgeville ;B. C, Briggs i 



Architects. 

Room 9, II 



rton Block, Park 
20 Falm iuth, See 



HYDE, KARL H. 

St. 

ROCKWELL. JEREMIAH S. 
page 14. 

Assayers and Refiners. 
Slade & Whipple. Off Falmouth st. 
Athletic and Sporting Goods Manufacturer, 
Kent. Virgil. P. <». address Pawtucket, See 
konk. 

Auctioneers. 
BRIGGS, SETH R. 29 So. Main. See page 16. 
GOFF. W. N. Knight ave., II. 
Kcimiston. S. .1. :i:.' Park. 
Stanley. L. M. 154 So. Main. 

Automobile Makers. 
UNITED STATES AUTOMOBILE CO. So. Main 



Bakers. 
P. J. Ci 



x, Managi 



HANDY'S BAKERY. 

Railroad ave. 
Potter <£ Gardner. 82 Park. 
READ, N. H. 7. 9, '.».. Hank. 
Band. 

Attleboro Brass Band. T. C. ETeywood. leader 

Park st. 

Banks. 
Attleboro Co-Operative Hank. ; ETorton Block- 
ATTLEBORO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION. Everett S. Morton. Pres.: Caleb Slade, 

Treas. Sturdy Block, Park st. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 25 Park 

Barbers. 
Aiwa.- 1. < '. H. 15 Bank. 
CHASE, H. H. R >om 10, 9 Park. 
Deschenes, David, n Railroad ave. 
Gibault, Arthur. :::;'.. Park. 
LANGTON. ADOLPH: 16 Park. 
LaPalme, Alexander. Knight ave., H. 
Schneider, Charles f. -:i park. 

Baths (Medicinal). 
THE ATTLEBORO HOME SANITARIUM. 
Pleasant. See page 10. 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries and Repairs. 
Adams, G. A. 12 Park, 
t leelj . .1 A. & Co. Aca lemy st. 

ENBOM, J. R. I Pleasant 

Bicycle Bells and Wrenches Manufacturers. 
MOSSBERG, FRANK CO. So. Main st. 

Bicycle Wrench Manufacturers. 
M issberg Wrench I lo. 191 No. Main. 

Billiards and Pool. 
Alward, C II 15 Bank. 
PARK HOTEL. E.W. Eddy, Prop'r. Pan. 
page i; 

Bill Poster and Distributer. 

GILSON, A. W. 12 Holman. See page 18. 

Blacksmiths. 

als ■ Hi >rsesh 

BAKER, DANIEL F. P. O. Address, ETebronville 

Sh >p at Seek ink. See back c n er. 



A. R. MACOMBER, 21 No. Main Street, Handles Acetylene Gas Machines and all 
Hinds of Electrical Apparatus. 



The Fashion. Trousseaus 
and Evening Costumes 
Artistically. Designed. 



M/SS E. M. THOMAS, Parlors, 112 Park St. 

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. ' AttlebOfO, WaSS. 



24 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIKKCTORY 



BRIGGS. DARIUS. Oak Hill ave., B. C. See 

page 11. 
Bonney, K. 11. 60 Pleasant. 
Simpson. John M 136 Park. 
SNELL, GEO. H. 17-49 County. Res., 6 King. 

See page 15, 

Bleachers and Dyers. 
Home Bleach <S DyeWorks. So. Attleboro. P.O. 

address, Pawtucket, R. I. 
ORR, JAMES. s..uth Attleboro. See inside 

Front cover. 
WOLFENDEN, R. & SONS, i Dyers and bleach- 
ers of woolen and worsted yarns, etc., Cor 

ng and knit g is trade.) Attleboro. 

side front cover. 

Boarding Houses. 
Babcock, Mrs. G. W. 94 So. Main. 
BRIGGS HOUSE. S. R. Briggs, Prop'r. 29So. 

Alain. See page 16. 
CAMPBELL, MRS. JAMES D. 64Dunham. See 

pag( 
< larlson, John A. 1 1 Holman. 
i lentral House. 19 Railroad ave. 
Corcoran, William F. 34 Park. 
FERGUSON, MRS. LIZZIE. 105 Union. 
FISHER, MISS ELIZABETH M. AND MARTHA. 

.".H I Minliani. See page l~. 
Grant, W. J. 39 Hank. 
HANNA, MRS. THOMAS. 16 Capron. 
Haskins, Mrs. John H. 18 Dunham, 
[ngraham, Mrs M. \. 19 So. Alain. 
Innian. Mrs. I. M. ii Dunham. 
McMann, Mrs. Sidney. 16 Dunham. 
SLOMAN, MRS. G. M. 5 Union. 
STANTON, HENRY L. 100 Park. Seepage*!. 

Booksellers and Stationers. 
CLARK, S. P. & CO. 10 Park. See page 19. 
Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
P .1 26 Park. 
Enterprise Shoe < !o. n No. Mam. 
Paine, B. F. 6 Park. 

mii Souci si Store. 19 Park. 

Bottlers. 



SIMPSON SPRING CO. 
lack co^ er. 



Tel 23 3, South Easton, 



Box Manufacturer. 

Bal ck, \ ll. '-'I West. 

Brick Dealer. 
DEXTtR, EVERETTO. 222 Park. Seepagel4 

Builders' Hardware. 
PIERCE & CARPENTER. 88 So Main See 



1 1" .tit 



Builders' Materials. 



PIERCE & CARPENTER 



Building Mover. 

H-. Pike ave, 



See 



GROVES, W. E. I 
i II 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 

Pari 
Carbonated Beverages. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. Tel. 28 8, Bouth Easton 

Carixt ( leaning. 

H 119 Pine 

Carpets and mi cloths. 
SWEENEY GEO. A. Railroad ave, 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 
BAKER, DANIEL F. P. O. address. Hebronville. 

shop at Seekonk. See back cover. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy St., Mansfield. Seepage 

BRIGGS. DARIUS. Oak Hill ave.. B. C. See 



pag 



li. 



45 Railroad ave. and 
See margin lines, 
r. 56 Pleasant. Res.. 



FULLER CARRIAGE CO. 

97 Main. Mansfield Mass 
NELSON, JOHN R. Shop 

151 Elbow. 
Pike. E. C. r. 38 Park. 
SNELL, GEO. H. Works. 47-49 County. Res.. 

6 King. See page 15. 

Carriage Smiths. 
BAKER, DANIEL F. P. < >. address. Hebronville. 

Shop at Seekonk. See back cover. 
SNELL, GEO. H. Works. 47-49 County. Res., 
6 King. See page 15. 

Caterers. 
EDDY, E. W. Opera House Hotel. Seepage 

17. 
READ, N. H. ;. 9, >M ■> Hank. 

Cesspool and Vault Cleaner. 
LEE, MARTIN. 47 Emory. See page 4. 

Chicken Brooders Manufacturer. 
MERRY, W. F. Briggs Cornet-. See page 21. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
CLARK, S. P. & CO. to Park. Seepagel9. 
Cooper, Louis H. Park st. 
ENbOM, J. R. 1 Pleasant. 
HEAD, JOHN F. Newport ave.. s. A. 
KENT, GEORGE H. Briggs Coiner. 
OPERA HOUSE CAFE. Park st. Seepagel7. 
Shattuck, w. F. 49 Railroad Ave. 
SIMPSON, G. I. 21 Park. See page 16. 
Trainor, John E. l Dunham. 

Civil Engineers. 
HYDE, KARL H. Room 9, Horton Block, Park 

St. 

Luther, W. T. 27 Park. 

Clock and Watch Repairer. 
SMALL, WILLIAM A. 80 Prospect. See page 16. 

Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. 
Jac »bS, J. B. Park st. 

Coal and Wood. 
Vdams, Geo. L. 18 Park. 
attleboro Coal Co. 15 Park. 
PIERCE & CaRPENThR. 88 So. Main. Seefront 

C .\ IT 

Coffin Hardware Manufacturers. 
Wilmarth. W. D, & Co. 88 Comity. 

Confectionery. 
CLARK, S. P. & CO. 10 Park Seepage IB. 
OPERA HOUSE CAPE. Park si. See pa 
SIMPSON, G. I. 21 Park. See page 16 
VAKA. E. P. s Park. See page 18. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
ASHLEY. M. F. CO Union. See page 15. 
Brow nell, Uonzo N 280 So. Main, 
i i.nri uej John v 8 Holman 
l.UHRIE'. MALCOLM, r. 86 Falmouth, See page 

16 
■ i :■• i '-'i Sanford. 

(iolT. W, II. Ill So Mam 

i.HANT BROs. 68 and ro I nion 

Mc< Cambridge & McKinon I !5 Pleasant. 

,i, i 'harles P. 200 So Mam 
PATTERSON, JEROME. Pine. cor. Mulberry. 
PERRY, EMERSON E. 88 Emory. See page 81 



II \MIM. \Ml I.IMRAI 
IOBBING (il I H I. UWU 
Ml. MI'S IIHK, SMiUI 



I!\(,(„\(.l I XI'UIS.S. 

1 1 uni 1 1 ur MOVING. 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. / RES.. 49 DUNHAM ST. 



E. A. TAYLOR, 



GROCER 



i L. Z. CARPENTER, \ Patrons will find at our store a com- 

13 Park St., plete line of familv groceries at the 

* Attleboro, Mass. I lowest price and of the best quality. 



AN1> REFERENCE HOOK OF ATTLEBORO. 



ROCKWELL, JEREMIAH S. 20Falmouth. See 

page 1 1. 
Slater, w. H. (Jobber.) BCounty. 
White, Herbert E. & Co. r. 44 Union. 

Contractor— Concrete Paving and Side- 
walks. 
JONES, RICHARD H. 17Pleasant. SeepagelS. 

Contractors— Electrical. 
GOULD, A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Contractor— Excavating and Grading. 
DEXTER, E. 0. 222 Park. See page 1 1. 

Contractor— General . 
ROCKWELL, JEREMIAH S. 20 Falmouth. See 

page 14. 

Contractor -Heating. 
DILLON, CHARLES H. Union St. See page 16. 

Contractors— Masons. 
BOWEN, C. L. 210 Pine. See page 22. 
DEXTER, E. 0. 222 Park. See page 14. 
EDEN, JOHN. 7 Sixth. 
HORNE,JOHNJ 78 Parker. See page 22. 
JAPSON, N. J. 53 Emory. See pace- 18. 
Tucker, A. H. Capron, cor. So. Mam st. 

Contractors— Pavers. 
UNITED STATES PAVING CO., of New York 
City andBoston. See page 6. 

Contractor— Plasterer. 
BOWEN, C. L. 210 Pine. See page 22. 

Contractor— Roofer. 

JONES, RICHARD H. (Gravel and Slate.) 17 

Pleasant. See page 18. 

Contractor— Sidewalks and Driveways. 

JONES, RICHARD H. IT Pleasant. See page 

IX. 

Contractor— Stone. 
VICKERY, WILLIAM A. Briggs Corner. See 
page 22. 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 
Hebron Manufacturing Co. Hebronville and 
Dodgeville. 

Dead Animal Removers. 
ROY, N. & SON. Roy ave.. S. A. See page 20. 

Dentists. 
ELLIOT, W. L. lOCounty. See page 11. 
MAIR, A. C. 13 No. Main. See page 10. 
Robins, hi. H. S. 13 Horton Block. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
BRIGGS, SETH R. 2'. I So. Main. See page Hi. 
Reid, E. R. 27 Park. 

Die Sinkers and Tool Makers. 
DAHLGPEN, CHARLES. 11 Bailey. 
Spier & Coles. 9 Maiden Lane 

Dining and Lunch Rooms. 
COX, P. J. 21 Railroad ave. 
Kingman, N. A. 33 Park. 
Tetreault. Mrs. Clara. 12 So. Main. 
Utton, F. T. 5ti Pleasant. 
West, 11. A. 6 Union. 

Doors, Sash, and Blinds. 
GRANT BROS. 68-70 Union. 
PIERCE & CARPENTER. 83 So. Main. See 

t'n mi cover. 



Dressmakers. 
Briggs. Mrs. Fannie i. 27 Bast. 
JOHNSTON, MRS. E. F. 17 West Map 

margin inside back cover. 
MUNRO, MISS J. M. 05 Park. 
Nye, Miss K. L. 28 Dean. 

Perry. Mis. Alice S. 5 El -y. 

Pyne, Miss Ellen. 6 Union. 

THOMAS, MISS E. M. 112 Park. See margin 

lines 
Wilkinson. Mrs. I. F. 106 Pine. 

Druggists. 
CLARK, S. P. & CO. lOPark. See page 19. 

Mead. M. S. 37 Park. 

SIMPSON, G. I. 21 Park. See page 16. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

Haynes. William T. 19 North Mam. 
Jenks, ('has. B. IT Park. 
Smith, A. B. 9 Park. 

Dyers and Bleachers. 
ORR, JAMES So. Attleboro. See inside front 

cover. 
WOLFENDEN, R. &SONS. (Dyers andBleacb 

ers of woolen and worsted yarns, etc., for wea^ 

ing and knit goods trade.) 170 County. Seein 

side front cover. 

Dynamos and Motors. 
GUILD, A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 

lines. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
ALGER, ISAAC, JR. 252 Pleasant. See page 20, 
GUSTIN, C. B. Lindsev st. See page 20. 
MERRY, W. F. Briggs Corner. See page 21. 

Electricians. 

GUIi D, A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 

lines. 

Electric Fixtures. 
GUILD. A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 

lines. 

Electric Lighting. 
Attleboro Steam & Electric Light Co. 17 Hor- 
ton Block. 

Electrical Supplies. 
GUILD, A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Electroplating Machines. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Engines— Gas and Gasoline. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Alain See margin 
lines. 

Engraver. 
MACDONALD, A. N. Union st. Seepage30 

Express Companies. 
Bowman's Attleboro and Providence Express. 

12 Union. 
Earle & Prew. 9 Railroad ave. 
Swift's Attleboro and Providence Express -'■'■ 

Park. 

Expressmen. 
Magaveny, R. B. 178 Pine. 
PERRIN.'T. E. &S0N. 17-21 Last. See page 

16. 
TAYLOR, E. A. 49 Dunham. See margin lines. 
TAYLOR, LYSANDER. 126 So. Main. Seepage 

16. 



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BURGLAR ALARMS, FIRE ALARMS. v , and 

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Fertilizers. 
ROY. N. & SON. Roy ave., S. A. See page20. 

Fish Markets. 
Eldridge, L. H. 17 Railroad ave. 
Thurber, A N. T Pleasant. 

Florists. 

Kin-. E, E. 184 County. 

Mahler, BenryC. Cumberland ave.. s. A. 

NEWELL. D.'E. 141 Park. 

Whitney. Edward A. Boston Dike. s. A. 

Fruit Dealers. 
e also Confectionery and Fruit.) 
i osgrove. P. F. 20 Park. 
Doyle, W. .1. 49 Park. 

Furnished Rooms. 

-~,-.- alsi > Boarding Bi >use • 

BURLIMGAME. MRS. B. S. 13 Capron. See 

page 12. 
CAMPBELL, MRS. JAMES D. 64Dunham. See 
e 10 

Furniture and Carpets. 
Utleboro Furniture Co. 9-11 Academy. 
SWEENEY, GEO. A. 29-31 Railroad ave. 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 
PERRIN, T. E. & SON. !7-:.'l East. See page 

in. 
TAYLOR, E. A. 19 Dunham. See margin lines. 
TAYLOR. LYSANDER. 126 So. Main. Seepage 
16. 

Gas Company. 
Attleboro 3as Light Company. 19 Dunham. 

Gas Fixtures. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines 

Gas Machines. 
MACOMBER, A. R. •-'! No. Main. See margin 

Gloves. 
FREEMAN, MISS B. A. 11 Hank See page 10. 

Glue Manufacturers. 
ROY, N. & SON. Roy ave., S. A. See page 20. 
COUPE. WILLIAM & CO. Newport ave., S. A. 
>.-.- back cover. 

Grist Mill. 
i \ ,\ < !o. 62 Pleasant 
Grocers— Retail. 
CARPENTER, L. Z. 18 Park See margin lines. 
i iiHhman, M E. l s "> Tine. 

M 

Dodgeville Company's Store. Dodgevllle 

,i I Bank 
GOF I-, W. N. Knlghl ave ll 
HEAD, JOHN P N( porl ave s \ 

Vlanufacl wring < " I lebrom IHe 
Park, 
Marcler, Jacques Si ■ Main, I » 
■ 
& i •■ — u .1 
Vinos I ner 

I 
sKihDAKD, GEO. L. & CO. r4Pa 

Bel I. cor Pari 

Vulll Pine 

ll i i ind Public Carriages. 
CAPRONS si a lit i. i ii Capron Prop'r. BI 

PARK l in i I STABLE. H i: Bhav Prop'r. 

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Hardware and Cutlery. 
Gilford, James W. Co. Park, cor. Bank. 

Perry. N. & < !o. 27 Railroad ave. 

Harness Makers and Dealers. 
Fisk. W. E. 3 Emory. 
Frink, E. H. 5 Bank 

FULLER CARRIAGE CO. 45 Railroad ave. ami 
97 No. Main, Mansfield. See margin lines 

Hats and Caps. 
PERRY, EVERETT, -i Park. See page Hi. 

Horse Clipping. 
CAPRON'S STABLE. F. H. Capron, Prop'r. 59 

Si i. Main. See page 13. 
PARK STREET STABLE. H. B. Shaw. Prop'r. 
r. Park Hotel. Park st. See page 20, 

Horse Medicines. 
BRIGGS, HENRY E. Briggs Corner. See mar- 
gin lines 

Horseshoers. 

(See also Blacksmith 3. i 

BAKER, DANIEL F. P.O.address, Bebronville, 

Mass. Shop at Seekonk. See back cover. 
Klehes. Jacob, Park St. 
Sadler. Walter B. Washington st.. s. A. 
SNELL, G. H. 47-49 County. See page 15. 
Woodward, Eugene F. Oak Hill ave. 

Hotels. 
BRIGGS HOUSE. Seth K. Briggs, Prop'r. 29 So. 

Main. See page 16. 
OPERA HOUSE HOTEL. E. w. Eddy, Prop'r. 

Opera House Block. See page 17. 
PAKK HOTEL. E. W. Eddy, Prop'r, -.'Park. 
STANTON, HENRY L. hki Park. See page I 

Ice Dealers. 
Bebron Ice < !o. So. Main. D. 
LaVallee. ( (liver. So. Main. D. 
Manchester, W, L. West st. 
Smith Attleboro ice Co. Newport ave., S. A, 
Thacher, John, :!•-'."> So. Main 
VICKERY, WILLIAM A. Briggs Corner, See 
page 28. 

Ice Cream Manufacturer. 
VAKA, E. P. 8 Park. See page 18, 

Ice Cream Parlors. 
OPERA HOUSE CAFE. Park st. See page 17. 
VAKA, E. P. 8 Park. See page 18, 

Insurance Agents. 
BICKNELL, GEO. F. (Fire and Life.) 27 Park, 

See 1 1 1 ; l , — III line-. 

i ii penter, Harrj E i Borton Block. 
GOKF. W. N. Knighl axe,, ll 
KELLEY & EDDY. (Fire and Life.) ic Park. 
Richardson, i >. P, Park st, 

w ri-.li, .1 A. Room 6, Morion Block, 

Insurance Companies, 
attleboro Mul ual i Ire Insurance Co, 'i Horton 

Block. 
.lohn Hancock Life Insurance Co, 10 Borton 

Block 
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

Thomas J, Keates, Asst, Supt. 19 Bank 

Jewelry Brooch, Hat and Stick Pin Manu- 
facturers. 
HALL, L. R. & CO. Railroad st. 

Ilau i W. & Co r, of < lountj si 

MACDONALD & CULVER. 104 Countj 
REGNELL, BIGNEY & CO. Countj sl 



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Jewelers Buckle and Brooch Manufac- 
turers. 
Randall & Ackerman. 82 County. 

Jewelry Chain Manufacturers. 
ANTHONY, JOHN, i 00 County. 
Bigney S. < ». <& Co. 98 ('unit v. 
Brown, Geo. L. & Co. 86 Dunham. 
Ellis, V. M, &. Co. County st. 

Jewelry Chain Trimmings. 
HALL. F. D. Railroad st. 

Jewelry Chasers. 
Ellis, J. B. Union st. 
Enbom, G. W. 5 Maiden Lane. 
Heckman, Albert, it; Prospect. 

Jewelry Collar Button Manufacturers. 
Cummings, J. C. & Co. Countj si 
Simms <& Co. 45 Union. 
Witherell, P. E, Falmouth st. 

Jewelry Comb Manufacturers. 
Allen, Smith *£ Thurston. Dunham, cor. Pine. 

Jewelry— Electro Platers and Colorers. 
Dunbar. Leach. Garner Co. 15 Union. 
Ingraham, A. S. Railroad st. 
Sonnberg, H. & Co. 81 Union. 

Jewelry Enamelers. 
BRIGHT. E. T. 26 Union. Office, Maiden Lane, 

New York. See page 30. 
Fitch. W. F. Union st. 

Jewelry— Enamel, Stone, and Imitation Dia- 
mond Goods. 
FIELD & BRIGGS CO. County St. 
Jewelry Gold and Silver Roll Plate Manu- 
facturer. 
MAKEPEACE. D. E. 36 Dunham. 

Jewelry— Goldine Manufacturers. 

Allen, C. H. & Co. Railroad st. 

Jewelry- Aluminum Novelty Manufacturers. 

Fargo, E. A. & Co. Railroad st. 

Jewelry Jewelers' Findings and Supplies. 

Fisher, Clarence A. Robinson Building. 
CLAFLIN, GEO. L. & CO. C. S. Joslin, agent. 
54 Union. See page 30. 

Jewelers Jewelers' Stock Seamless Wire 

Manufacturers. 
WILLIAMS, H. M. & CO. is Forest. 

Jewelry Manufacturers. 
Akerman, Hermann & Co. Sixth st. 
Attleboro Manufacturing Co. ■'•''< Dunham. 
Kinney. S. ( >. £ Co. 98 County. 
Bismid Jewelry Co. IS Horton Block 
Bliss Bros. 191 No. Main. 
Briggs, l>. I-'. < !o. Union. 
Bristol Manufacturing Co. ( .»s County. 
Busnee, A. A. & Co. ( Jounty st. 
< larpenter, Nelson, 15 Union. 
I artcr. Qvarstrom & Remington. County st. 
Cummings, F. J. & Co. Hazel st. 
Curtin Jewelry Co. 1 in Park. 
Daggett & Clap. 48 Railroad st. 
Dean. (i. A. & Co. Railroad st. 
Derick, K. M. & Co. Morton Block. 
Dolan & Co. 45 Union. 
Dor an, John <£ Co. Cumberland ave., S. A. 
Einstein, S. M. < ' >. :!1 Union, 
Ellis. Albert A. & Co. 4:! Railroad ave. 



FIELD & BRIGGS CO. (Enamel, stone, and 
I nut at ion i >ia ml Goods a Specialty.) County 

St. 

Fisher, .J. M. & Co, 31 Union. 

Koiitneau. Cummings a Fagan. Hazel, cor 

School St. 
Gil re. E. I». ,V « !o. Railroad st . 

( Irover, Son & ' !o. Railroad -t . 

HALL, F. D. (.Chain Trimmings a Specialty.) 

Railroad st . 
HALL, L. R. & CO. Railroad st. 
Hamilton & Co. 15 Railroad ave. 
Hayward, W. E. 1 Fnion st. 
Herring, W. F. >t Co. w< Railroad ave. 
Leavitt, A. I.. & Co. 15 Union. 
Marsh, A. ( '. Union st. 
Mason. Howard & Co. Ml County. 
McRae & Keeler. Union st. 
Meyers, McNary c\. Co. 102 County. 
Nerney. Wm. & Co. 191 No. Main. 
Rhode's Bros. 4!l Union. 
Richards. Hill & Co. :il Union. 
Richards, w. E. & Co. 5 Maiden Lane. 
Robbins, ( 'has. M. 15 Union. 
Sadler. F. H. & Co. 98 County. 
Sadler Brothers* Co. Newport ave , S 
Shaw. W. P. Co. Newport ave. S. A. 
Simmons. R. F. Co. 191 No. Main. 
Smith & Crosby. 36 Railroad ave. 
Ted. i,. w. &Co. Railroad st. 
The Horton Angell Company (Corp). Bankst. 
Torrey Jewelry Co. Railroad st. 
Weaver. F. W. & Co. 31 Union. 
Wheaton, Richards & Co. 31 Union. 
Wheelock, H. H. & Co. 5 Maiden Lane. 
White. 1). A. & Co. Railroad st. 
Wilmarth, w. H. & Co. i < lorporation. > Hazel st. 
Witherell, P. E. : J ,l County. 

Jewelry-Pearl Workers. 
Luther. J. W. & Co. Railroad st. 

Jewelry— Silversmiths. 
Blake. James E. Co., The. 49 So. Main. 
Inman. J. T. & Co. Railroad st. 
MARBLE, SMITH & FORRESTER. Railroad st. 
Watson & Newell Co. 73 Mechanics. 
WILLIAMS, H. M. & CO. 18 Forest. 

Jewelry Sterling Silver Novelties. 
MACDONALD & CULVER. 104County. 

Jewelers— Retail and Watch Repairers. 
Herrick, Geo. H. I Park. 
Slocum, A. G. 1 No. Main. 
SMALL, WILLIAM A. (Fine Watch Repairing.) 

•2H Pros] t . See page Hi. 

Wales. E. A. 88 Park. 

Ladies' Hair Dressers. 
Courtney, Gertrude M. 8 Halman. 
Nye. Miss F. L. 88 Dean. 

Laundries. 
Cat lisie. Geo. Deanville. 
SMITH, WM. H. So. Main. D. 

Lawyers. 
ADAMS, GEORGE A. Odd Fellows Block, Bank 

St. 

BABCOCK, FRANK I. 87 Dark. 
BRADY. PHILIP E. 13 No. Main. 
Carpenter, Harry E. 7 Horton Block. 

Lazelle's Perfumes. 
CLARK, S. P. & CO. 10 Park. See page 19. 
SIMPSON. G. I. 81 Park. See page 16. 

Leather Manufacturers. 
COUPE, WILLIAM & CO. Newport ave.. s. a 

See back cover. 



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Library. 
Attleboro Public Library. 6 Railroad ave. 

Lumber. 
PIERCE & CARPENTER. 83 So. Main. See 
front cover. 

Lime and Cement. 
DEXTER. EVERETT 0. 222 Park. See page 14. 

Machinery Manufacturers. 
HOWARD & BULLOUGH. Pleasant View. S. A. 
MOSSBERG. FRANK CO. So. Main st. 

Meats and Provisions. 
Atwell. C. S ■ 14. Park. 

BALCOM, ORVILLE. 9 Pleasant. 
Brigham, E. M. 3 Park. 
COLE, SENECA. 13 Railroad ave. 
Daily, John D. So. Main. D. 
Dugas, '.|i So. Main, I». 
Frenier, Win. So. Main st. 
KENT. GEORGE H. Briggs ( torner. 
Tooker, S. I. 32 Park. 
Wetherell. !•'. a. ii Hank. 

Men's Furnishings. 
See also I !li >thing I dealers, i 
Everett, A. M. 17 Pari 
Mowry, J. P. 29 Park. 
PERRY, EVERETT I. 3 Park. See page 16. 

Merchant Tailors. 
Birrell, a. M. 9 Park. 

i nrrv Bros. 6 So. Main. 

HAWKINS, D. F. i Railroad ave. 

MAY. JAMES S. SONS. 1 1 Bank. See front 

PERRY. EVERETT I. 3 Park. See page 16. 
st. ,nn. John. 19 Horfcon Blk. 

Milk, Cattle, and Provision Inspector. 
MACKIE, DR. GEORGE. 11 Pleasant. 

Milk Dealers. 
ALGER, ISAAC, JR. 232 Pleasant. Seepage20. 
\ 1 1 1 1 -t r< mg. w 1 1 Steere si . 
Utleboro Po ir Farm. Between County and Tif- 

till: 

Atwell. Elmer W, S >. .Main st., II. 
BARNEY, A. S. Wesl Bl 
I larpenter, E. V. < >ak Hill ave. 
CHEEVER, FRED E. mi No. Main See page 
20 

Hi i: I 110 West. 
< !ollingw i i .ii in \i".'. Bi iston st. 

■ i I p Pleasant si 
FOLLETT, WALTER H. Steere St. 
i lorman, i leorge. No Main st, 

■ i w .1 lidamsdale road, s \ 
Hodges, Berl 189 Wesl 

Johnson, Alonzo C New porl ave . S. A. 
Mahler, I lenn < < 'umberland ave., 8. A 
MEADOW HILL FARM. ll Keith, Prop'r. 

i Lindsej s1 
Read, G ge T I mi I lountj St., S \. 

ii P Sl. ■.•!••■ 8t. 
SMITH, WILLIAM H. So Mam l> 
THAYER. 0. S. ■ • •• 

pi i ■ .i i road 
WILMARTH, E. E. founton road, near D 

Milliners. 

I ii Pai i. 

i Rl I.MAN. Miss B. A. 1 1 Id Fellows Bloch II 

i i i'. i 
I. oinsi miii . o Mam Bee page 12 

VVIIdei Ida i '. Pai i 

mental Works, 
in 



Mouldings, Gutters, Conductors, Etc. 
PIERCE & CARPENTER. 83So. Main See trout 
ci »ver. 

Music Teachers. 

Appleton. Miss Minnie F. 10 Prospect. 

Day, Lizzie B. 105 No. Main. 

Dyer, J. Edward. 22 W. Dean. 

EVANS, MISS AURORA, t Piano, organ, an I 
harmony, i 22 Hank. See page 12. 

FEARS, GERTRUDE. (Viofln.) Room 24, Wat- 
son's Block, No. Main st. See page 12. 

Jenckes, Reba. So. Main st. 

LADD, MISS EDITH M. I Piano, harmony, an I 
voice.) 29 Sanford. See page 12. 

SELLECK, MISS ALICE. (Piano and organ.) 
102 Dean. See page 12. 

WHITMAN, HATTIE M. (Voice and piano.) 
115 Bank. See page 12. 

Newsdealers. 
1 Jooper, L. H. 31 Park. 
Murphy, .1. F. At railroad station. 
Perry. F. H. Co. 15 No. Main. 

Newspapers— Daily. 
ATTLEBORO DAILY SUN. Railroad ave. 
EVENING TIMES, PAWTUCKET.. Percy D. 
Randall, correspondent. Room 6, Horton Blk. 
See margin lines. 

Nurses. 
ATTLEBORO HOME SANITARIUM. Headquar 

ters for trained nurses. 157 Pleasant. See 

page 10. 
I >ver. Miss Ella. I >ean st . 
Hamlin. Mrs. M. L. 41 Pleasant. 
Johnston, William L. 17 West Maple. 
THE SOLOMON SANATORIUM. Headquarters 

for trained nurses. See page 22. 

Oil Dealers. 
ROY, N. & SON. Hoy ave.. s. a. See page 2 I. 

Optical Goods Manufacturers. 
BAY STATE OPTICAL CO. u; Pleasant. 
Stone, F. w. Park, cor. Union. 

Painters -Carriage. 

BAKER, DANIEL E. P. O. Address. Hebron 

viiie. Shop, Seekonk. See back cover 

BRIGGS, DARIUS. Oak Hill ave. H. ('. See 

page 11. 

SNELL, GEO. H. Works. K. 19 County. Res., 

ii King. See page 15. 
Thurber, w. ii BO Pleasant. 

I dilig. Max II. Hear 12 Union. 

Painters House. 
ADAMS, DANIEL E. is Hank. See page 14. 
BRADLEY, JAMES A. 81 James, See pa 
GOFF, FRED E. Unionst. Seepagel8. 
Hasler, T. G. 8 Sixth 

MOWRY, F. I. No. Main st. See page 18. 
TOBITT. J. L. & CO. 82 Hark and I Hank See 

page 1 1. 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 
GOFF, FRED E. Union st, See page 18, 
TOBITT, J. L. & CO. 22 Park and i Hank See 

page ii 

Paper Hangers. 
ADAMS, DANIEL E. 18 Bank, See page 14. 
GOFF, FRED E. Union st, See page 18, 
MOWRY, F. I. No Mam si Seepage 18, 
TOBITT, J. L. & CO. 22 Hark and 1 Hank See 

page 14. 

Pension Agent. 
BICKNELL, GEO. F. 21 Park, See margin 

lilies 

Perfume and Essence Manufacturers. 
i Inbei ■ Jo eph & Co 140 Park. 



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Phonograph Supplies. 
ENBOM, J. R. l Pleasant. 

Photographers. 
BRIGHAM'S STUDIO. 8 So. Main. See page 10. 

Dolman, Samuel M. 39 Pleasant. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
AMSDEN, HENRY H. 88 Hank. Office hours 

till 9 a.m., l to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Long dis- 
tance telephone. 
Battershall, J. W. 12 No. Main. 
Battershall, Mrs. M. II. 18 No. Main. 
Bronson, John K. 2 No. Main. 
BURNETT, F. N. 72 Pleasant. Office hours i ill 

9 a. in., l to 2 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, No. 

189-2. 
Corr, Francis X. 80 Union. 
Holden, Charles S. 24 So. Main. 
MACKIE, GEORGE. 11 Pleasant. Res., Bishop, 

cor. Pike ave. Office hours. 9 to 10 a. in.. 2 to 4 

and 7 to 9 p. m. 
MACKIE, LAURA V. GUSTIN. 157 Pleasant. 

< iffice hours. 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. See page 

Roberts, George K. 70 No. Main. 
Russell, Frederic J. 13 No. Main. 
Sanford, E. So. Main, cor. County. 
SOLOMON, FLORENCE A. 39 So. Main. Office 

hours, 2 to 4 p. m. Specialist Cancer. Tumor, 
and Female diseases. (Resident physician Sol- 
omon Sanatorium, i 

Piano Movers. 

PERRIN, T. E. & SON. 17-21 Fast. Seepagel6. 

TAYLOR, E. A. 49 Dunham. See margin lines. 

TAYLOR, LYSANDER. 126 So. Main. Seepage 

16. 

Pianos and Organs. 

Steinert. M. A Sons Co. 18 Bank. 

Piano Tuners. 
Atwell. A. I. So. Main St., H. 
Cash. O. S. 6 West Maple. 

Planing Mills. 
GRANT BROS. 08 and 70 Union. 
Plating Dynamos. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 

lines. 

Plumbers. 
DILLON, CHAS. H. Union st. See page 16. 
Vanier. Geo. R. 17 Bailey. 

Poultry Fanciers. 

Adams. Thornton H. Turner St.. S. A. 

ALGER. ISAAC, JR. 252 Pleasant st. Seepage 

21 1. 
Cargffl, Walter B. 361 No. Main. 
GUSTIN, C. B. Lindseyst. See page 20. 
MERRY, W. F. Briggs Corner. See page 21. 
Pollard. Geo. H. Tiffany st. 
Smith, T. N. no Mechanics. 

Poultry Scraps. 
ROY, N. & SON. Roy ave.. s. A. See page 20. 

Printers. 
Attleboro Press. 5 Bailey. 
ATTLEBORO DAILY SUN. Railroad ave. 

Real Estate. 
BICKNELL, GEO. F. 27 Park. Se,. margin 

lines. 
GOFF, W. N. Knight ave. 
KELLEY, GEORGE J. 16 Park. 
Livsey, Geo. W. 16 Park. 

Refiners and Smelters. 
Attleboro Refinery Co. 36 and 38 Union. 
Cornell- Andrews Smelting Co. West Side. 



Restaurant. 
READ, N. H. 7. 9. '.ic, Hank- 
Roofers. 
i See ( 'oiitractors Roofers. I 
Roofing Slate. 
JONES, RICHARD H. 17 Pleasant Seepage 18 

Safe Mover. 
TAYLOR, LYSANDER. 126 So. Main. Seepage 

Sanitariums. 

ATTLEBORO HOME SANITARIUM, THE. 

Laura V. Gustin-Mackie, M. D. 157 Pleasant 

See page 10. 

SOLOMON, DR. JAMES M. Attleboro. 2ABea 

con. Boston. Set- page 22. 

Savings and Loan Association. 
ATTLEBORO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION. Everett s. Horton. Pres. Caleb Slade, 
Treas. Sturdy Block, Park st. 

Schools— Private. 

Blanding. Miss Lizzie C. 18 So. Main. 
Sadler, Miss Ada. i Kindergarten, i odd Fellows 1 
Block. Bank st. 

Sewing Machine Agencies. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. 70 Park. 
Standard Sewing Machine Co. 75 Park. 
Wheeler* Wilson Manul . Co. 20 County. 

Sheet Metal Novelties. 
MOSSBERG, FRANK CO. So. Main st. 

Soap Manufacturers. 
ROY, N. & SON. Roy ave.. S. A. Seep,,. 
Spring Water. 

ATTLEBORO MINERAL SPRING WATER. Dr. 

Solomon's Sanatorium. 

Stables. 
CAPR0N"S STABLE. F. H. Capron, Prop'r. 59 

So. Main. See page 13. 
Mason. Geo. A. (Sale.) 209 So. Main 
Middleton, W. E. 40 Union. 
PARK STREET STABLE. II B. Shaw, Prop'r, 

Park Hotel. Park st. See page 20. 

Storage Batteries. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 

lines. 

Stoves and Ranges. 
Holmes. Chas. F. & Co. Academy st. 
SWEENEY, GEO. A. 29-31 Railroad ave 
Tailors. 
(See Merchant Tail »rs 

Tanks. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main See margin 
lines. 

Tanners. 
COUPE, WILLIAM & CO. Newport ave. s. A 

See hack eover. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
DEXTER, E. 0. 222 Park. See page 14. 
GROVES, W. E. Bishop, <or Pike :{ \,-_ See 

page 1 1. 
LEE, MARTIN. 17 Emory. See page 4. 
Manchester. Richard D. 219 So. Main 
Parminter, F. w. 97 West. 
PERRIN, T. E. & SON. 17-21 East s,e page 

16. 
TAYLOR, E. A. 19 Dunham. See margin lines 
TAYLOR, LYSANDER. 126 So. Main. Seepage 

10. 

Teas and Coffees. 
CARPENTER, L. Z. 18 Park. See margin 

lines. 

STODDARD, GEORGE L. & CO. 74 Park 



A. R. MACOMBER, \MlM Electric 

21 So. Main St. I I IM 



Ligtii and Teiepnone Plants 



PRINTING AND 

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Telegraph and Telephone. 
Postal Telegraph and Cable Co. 47 Railroad ave. 

i >ftii'>- hours, s a. m. to 8 p. m. 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co. Newport ave, S. A. 
Providence Telephone Co. IS Borton Block. 
Public Telephone. 47 Railroad ave. office 

hours. 8 a. m. t<> s i>. m. 
Public Telephone. 15 Park. Open all hours. 
Western union Telegraph, at station of N. Y. 
N. H. and H. R. R. Office hours, 8a.m. to 8 
p. in. 

Telephone Lines— Private. 
GUILD, A. A. 51 Railroad ave. See page 17. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Theatre. 
ipera House. Park st. 
Tin, Plate, and Sheet Iron Worker. 
DILLON, CHAS. H. Union st. See page 16. 

Toilet Preparations— Ladies. 
BURLIMGAME, MRs. B. S. 13 Capron. See 
page 12. 

Tool Manufacturers. 
MOSSBERG, FRANK CO. So. Main st. 

Towers. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Smith. I). H. 11 No. Main. 
Stanley. L. M. 154 S, .. Main. 

Variety Stores. 
Gem Bargain Store. 9 No. Main. 
HEAD, JOHN F. Newport ave., S. A. 
KENT. GEORGE H. Briggs Corner. 
Perry, F. II Co. 15 No. Main. 
SMITH, W. H. Main. 1>. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. agent. 100 High st.. 
Bi '-ti.n. See page ■'.. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
YOUNG, C. C. Park st. stable. 



Wall Papers. 
ADAMS, DANIEL E. 18 Bank. See page 14. 
GOFF. FRED E. Union st. Seepage 18. 
TOBITT, J. L. & CO. 12 Park and 1 Bank. See 
page 14. 

Watch Case Manufacturers. 
Bates & Bacon. Coupty st. 

Watchmaker and Repairer. 
See also Jewelers. ) 
SMALL, WILLIAM A. 20 Prospect. See page 16 

Watchmen's Clocks. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Wheelwrights. 
BRIGGS, DARIUS, oak Hill ave.. B. ('. See 

page 11. 
NELSON, JOHN R. Shop, r. 56 Pleasant. Res., 
151 Elbow. 

Windmills and Towers. 
MACOMBER, A. R. 21 No. Main. See margin 
lines. 

Window Curtains. 
TOBITT, J. L. & CO. 22 Park and 1 Hank. See 
page 14. 

Wood Dealer. 
See also Coal and Wood. I 
CHEEVER, FRED E. 401 No. .Main. See page 
2d. 

Wood Turner. 
Kent. Virgil. So. Attleboro. 

Wrench Manufacturers. 
MOSSBERG, FRANK CO. So. Main st. 
Sadler, F. II. & Co. '.is County. 

Yarns Colored Cotton. 
ORR, JAMES. So. Attleboro. See inside front 
cover. 

Yarn Manufacturers. 
NEW ENGLAND NOVELTY YARN CO. Rear 
i7o County. See inside front cover. 



CEO. L. CLAFLIIM * CO., 

. . Jewelers' Supplies, Acids, Cyanide, Etc., Etc. . . 

54 Union St., Attleboro. 44 East St., North Attleboro. 

C. S. JOSLIN, AGENT. 

E. T. BRIGHT, all 

Ename.er of... JEWELRY. COLORS 

PAINTED WORK A SPECIALTY. 
Office, Maiden Lane, Itc*.. 26 Union. AITI.BKOUO. MASS 

H. M. WILLIAMS & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

(.old and Silver Rolled Plate, Gold and Silver Plated Wire and 

Tubing, Sterling Silver Sheet, and Sterling Silver Tubing 
is FOREST ST. Telephone, 114-4. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

Special attention given to Engraved Gdrrts, 
Invitations, and Announcements. Steel 
Dii; Embossing, Wax Seals, E>to. Book 
Plates, letter Heads, Business Cards, 
Coats of Arms, and all kinds of Copper 
.Hid .Steel Plate Work executed in a first, - 
mass. (lass manner 



A. V. MACDONALD, 

Enoraver and Designer, 

B9 UNION ST-, 

ATTLEBORO, 



WSdealei In the ATTLEBOROS. FALLS VILLAGE. SOUTH AT- 
TLEBORO DODGEVILLE. HEBRONVILLE, PL A I N VI L L E, and CHARTLEY 
Bella the PAWTUC KET TIMES localise it has all the local news. 



97 No. Main St., l^ui^l^ ln rnWo\nr% SS r a Afc * 45 Railroa(l fl ™- 

wnNSPiELD. rULLtlv GnKRInut COS.,' attleboro. 



AND REFERENCE BOOE OP NORTH ATTLEBORO. 



31 



NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



Situated in Bristol County, on the Pro* idence division of the New York, New Haven, and Han 
ford Railroad, thirty two miles southwesl of Boston, and connected bj si cam and electric roads with 
Attleboro. lis area is 19 I square miles. Incorporated, June 14, 1887. North \ t i l.-i >. ,!■< . ranks the 
sixty-second place of importance in the Commonwealth, and is a busy township with over fifty manu- 
facturers engaged in the jewelry business. Paper and leather boxes, braid, brushes, self-locking 
lays, tools, and yarn are extensively manufactured. Electric railway through A.ttleboro Kails to At 
tleboro, through Plainville and Franklin to Boston, through Old town and South Attleboro to Paw 
tucket, R. I. The villages of North Attleboro are: Oldtown, Robinsonville, Attleboro Kails, and 
Adamsdale. Population, United States census, 1890, 6,727; state census, 1895,6,570. Valuation, real 
estate, $8,149,471 ; personal property, $730,110. Total, $3,879,581. No. Polls, 1893. Kate of tax - 



NORTH ATTLEBORO POSTOFFICE. 

FREDERICK B. BYRAM. Postmaster. 

Office hours 6:30 a. in. to ; :30 \>. m. Saturdays. 6:30 a. m. to s p. m. Sundays. '.i to 10 a. m., 5to6p m 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE (IF THE MAILS. 



ARRIVE FROM ALL l'< >1NTS. 
T a. in. 

Boston, North and East. 8:50 a. m. 
Prov., N. Y.. and Attleboro, 9:80. a. in. 
All points. 12:40 p. m. 
N. V. and South Pawtueket. 1:50 p. m. 
Boston. North and East and Plainville. 4:50 p. in. 
Prov., N. V.. South ami West, 5:35 p. m. 
Boston, North and East, 6:50 p. m. 
Prov., South and West, 7:30 p. m. 
Sundays, all points. 0:15 a. m. 



CLOSE FOR ALL P< >L\TS. 

6:30, 8:25, 9 a. m.; 12 in.. 1:25 p. m. 

N. Y.. Prov., South and West and Attleboro, 1:25 

p. in. 
B iSton, North and East. 5 p. m. 
Boston, North and East, 6:25 p. m. 
All points, 7 p. m. 
Sundays close for all points. .vi5 p. m. 



ATTLEBORO FALLS POSTOFFICE. 

CHARLES H. CUMMINGS, Postmaster. 
Office hours 6:30 a. m. to 7:15 p. m. Sundays 8:80 to 9:80 a. m.: n to 6:30 p. m. 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTfRK OF THE MAILS. 

Mails arrive 7:15, 8:46, 0:14 a. in.: 12:14. 1:46, 4:46, 5:14. 6:46 p. m. Mails close 6:46, 8:46, 9:14 a. in. 

12:14. 1:40. 4:4(3 p. m. 

OLDTOWN POSTOFFICE. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE CONANT, Postmistress. 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 

:80 i'. 111. .Mails close 1 :30 and 6:30 p. m. 

ADAMSDALE POSTOFFICE. 



Mails arrive 9:30 a. in. 



A. ('. NEWELL. Postmaster. 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 

Mails arrive 7:20 a. in. and 5 p. m. .Mails close ; : \M a. m. and 5 p. in. 




EMERSON E. PERRY, 



COI 



Plans and specifications furnished. 
Jobbing promptly attended to. 

Residence and Shop, 83 Emory St., 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



J. E. POND. 



W. H. POND. 



J. E. POND & SON, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 



BANK BUILDING, 



132 WASHINGTON STREET, 
RESIDENCE, 9 DIVISION STREET. 



NO. ATTLEBORO. 



I JAMES W. RILEY, residence, 

SMERIF-F\| 132 Washington Street, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. I ELM WOOD ST. 



Job Printing and Engraving 
Dating Stamps, Pad 



raving.) HARRY E. BAKDEJi, 

v Printer, 

s, etc. I Plainville, Mass. / 



No. Attleboro Office, 

Harden Hros. 

Telephone Connection. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




EDWIN F. CARPENTER, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Pure Refined Cider 

and 

Cider Vinegar. 

Bottled Cider a Specialty. 
Adamsdale, Mass. 



JOSEPH F. AIKEN. 




Barber and Hai r 
Dresser, formerly 
at the Wamsutta 
Hotel, is located 
on Church St. and 
would be pleased 
to see all his old 
friends at his new 
parlors. Charles 
L.Oonyea, of Wor- 
cester, is his as- 
sistant. 



No. 6 Gliuroli St., 



North Attleboro, 



Mass. 



AARON BRIGHAM, 

Contractor for 

Asphalt GonoretiiiQ, 

Cobble Paving and Curb Setting, 

Excavating, and Grading, and 

Road Building. 

88 EUIIWOOD ST., NO. ATTLEBORO. 



A. M. Spell y. 



II. N. Sperry. 



A. M. SPERRY & SON, 

Embalmers 

and 

Funeral Directors. 

Every detail given our personal attention. 

Everything furnished pertaining to a Director's 

work. Telephone connection. 

3 Giove St., noiiii MileDom, mass. 



H. S. LA PORTE, 

Horseshoeing. 

Carriage Repairing, and 

General Blacksmitning. 

Horseshoeing a Specialty. 

Special attention given to 

foot lameness, interfering. 

and overreaching. 

All carriage work promptly 

and neatly done. 

Ml. Hope St., 

Attleboro Falls, Mass. 





LEARY BROS., Bruce Ave., 



FIRST- 
CLASS 
TEAMS 

of all kinds at 
reasonable 

rates for busi- 
ness or 
pleasure at 

North Attleboro. 



AH Hi. Mil' ,, an. I Worth Attlfl ,, N.ivn: Pound only in the 

PAWTUCKET TI7V^ES 



"'carriages 1 or ' FULLER CARRIAGE CO., - - MAN ST 

Taken by ) 45 RAILROAD AVE., ATTLEBORO. I MANSFIELD 

AND REFERENCE BOOK OF NORTH ATTLEBORO. 33 

CHURCHESTOF NORTH ATTLEBORO. 

Baptist. Baptist Church, Washington Street, Rev. w. \ Fan-en, pastor. 
Congregational.— Congregational Church, Adamsdale Road, supplied from Providence. 

Common wealth Ave. Congregational, Attleboro Falls, Rev. Zeinas Crowell, pastor. 
First Congregational Church. < >l<lto\vn, Mass., Rev. John Whitehill, pastor 

Trinity Congregational Church, Broad Street, Rev. C. A. RatclifTe. pastor-. 
Episcopal.— Grace Episcopal Church. Washington Street. Rev. (feorge K. Osgood, rector. 
Evangelical.— Free Evangelical. Washington Street. Rev. Edwin Wheeler, pastor. 
Roman Catholic— St. Mary's R. C. Church. Washington Street. Rev. Charles .). Burns, pastol 
UnlversallSt-— First Universalis!, Church. Washington Street, Rev. F. I,. Masseek. pastor 

NORTH ATTLEBORO INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

MASONIC— Bristol Lodge. A. F. & A. M.— Regular communications Tuesday on or before the full 

moon at Free Masons' Hall. Washington Street. 
Bristol Commandery, Knights Templar, No. 29. -Stated conclaves Friday on or befoi 

full moon at Free Masons' Hall. Washington Street. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS.-Aurora Lodge, No. 107, 1. 0. 0. F.— Meets ever) 

Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. Washington Street. 
Howard Encampment, No. 19, I. 0. 0. F.— Meets first and third Monday evenings of each 

month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Washington Street. 
Esther Rebekah Lodge, No. 12, I. 0. 0. F.— Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings of 

each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Washington Street. 
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.-Mlrimichie Tribe, No. 110, I. 0. R. M.— Meets every 

Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. Washington Street. 
Oneida Council, No. 53, Degree of Pocahontas, I. 0. R. M.— Meets second and fourth 

Thursday evenings of each month at < >dd Fellows' Hall, Washington Street. 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— Sumner Lodge, No. 62, K. of P.— Meets every Thursday evening at K 

of P., Hall, Barrows Block, Washington Street. 
Sumner Company, John P. Bennett Division, No. 26, Uniformed Rank. K. of P.— Meetsflrsl 

and third Wednesday evenings of each month at K. of P. Hall, Barrows Block-. Wash 

ington Street. • 

Rathbone Sisters.— Meets second and fourth Monday evenings of each month at Barrows 

Block, Washington Street. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. -Post Prentiss M. Whiting. No. 192, G. A. R.— Meets nrsl 

and third Monday evenings of each month at Memorial Hall. Elm Street. 
Woman's Relief Corps, Prentiss M. Whiting. No. 117.— Meets first and third Friday even 

ings of each month at Memorial Hall. Elm Street. 
MISCELLANEOUS.- American Benefit Society, Commonwealth Lodge, No. 6.— Meets sec >nd 

Tuesday evening of each month at Memorial Hall. Elm Street. 
Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division No. 10.— Meets every Friday evening at Emmett 

Hall. Washington Street. 
Catholic Knights of America, North Attleboro Branch, No. 379.— Meets second and fourth 

Sunday afternoons of each month at Emmett Hall. Washington Street. 
Independent Order of Heptosoph, North Attleboro Conclave, No. 843, I. 0. H. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday evenings of each month at Odd Fellows 1 Hall. Washington 

Street. 
Knights of Columbus, Thomas P. McDonough Council, No. 330, K. of C— Meets every 

Wednesday evening at K. of C. Hall. Washington Street. 
Knights of Honor, Washington Council, No. 1853, K. of H.— Meets first Thursday evening 

of each month at odd Fellows' Hall, Washington Street. 
Ladies' Social and Benevolent Society,— Meets second Wednesday of each month at Lafay- 
ette HalL Washington Street. 
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, Sarsfield Court, No. 48, M. C. 0. F— Me ets 

every Tuesday evening at Lafayette Hall, Washington Street, 
Royal Arcanum, North Attleboro Council, No. 1020. Meets second and fourth Wednesday 

evenings of each month at K. of P. Hall, Barrows Block, Washington Street. 
United Order of the Golden Cross, Anawan Commandery, No. 367. U. 0. G. C— Meets 

Second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at Mem. .rial Hall. Elm Street. 
United Order of Pilgrim Fathers, Peregrine White Colony, No. 96, U. 0. P. F.— Meets 

first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Washi 

Street. 

ATTLEBORO VINEYARD, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Unfermeqted Wines For T^e Sacrament. 

Pure Native Strawberry, Blackberry. Elderberry, Wild Cherry, and Grape Wines, for medicinal and family use. Put 
up in bottles and warranted to keep without change until the seal is broken, without regard to climate or temperature. 
CIDER AND VINEGAR 

Shipped in any quantity to any point desired. All orders by mail or express promptly attended to. 

ALBERT L. ALLEN, 

(Successor to H. K. W. Allen . 
P.O. Box 113. Allen Road, NORTH ATTLKROKO. MAsn. 

Dpdutv Sheriff (JAMES W. RILEY, . ( mmm5S?aL. 

i/epuiy ogenjy. ( 132 Washington St. I so. attleboro, mass. 



I HARRY E. BftRDEN, J 8oU ¥lSRS6, Mass. 
...Commercial Printing. » PRINTER. ' Telephone Connection. 



Engraving, Job and 



34 



ANTHONYS STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



MISS JESSIE L. STANLEY, 

TEACHER OF 

Plf\NO rnd RE,E,D ORGAN. 

Pupil of EDWIN KLAHRE and MISS CARRIE ROBINSON, of Boston. 
Instruction given at 58 Broad Street. No. Attleboro. or at Pupils' Residence 

RICHARD BRUNO, 

PIANO and VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. 

Musical Director of St. Mary's Cliurch, North Attleboro : Krohsinn Siugins Society : 
North Attleboro Choral Society: Liederkranz Singing Society, Providence, R. I. 
SPECIAL. TERMS FOR CLASSES, Studio: 4- Orne Street. 



Mrs. C. E. Barnes, 

Agent for the 

AGLAIA HIGH GRADE SHOE. 

agentfor BRAD- 
BURY'S INDIAN 
VEGETABLE 
OINTMENT and 
other Special- 
ties. 

29 Division St. 
NO. ATTLEBORO. 
MASS. 




MRS. E. R. NOYES, 



179 Washington Street, 

North Attleboro. 



N. J. MAGNAN, 

Carpenter and Builder. 




13 Dexter Street, 



Mill Work, 
Lumber, 
Shingles, 
and 
Builders' 

Materials, 
Mason 

Work, 
Roofing and 
Plumbing. 
NO ATTLEBORO, MASS- 



FRANK T. WESTCOTT, 

CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR. 

Room 8. Odd Fellows' Building. 

182 Washington St., 

NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

Telephone Connection. 



CK, 



. . . WHOLESALE DEALER IN . . . 

MANILLA PAPEB I BAGS MARLINE, HEMP, LINEN and COTTON THINKS. 

Also Bookseller, Stationer, Newsdealer, and Dealer in Jewelers' Supplies. 

Eltskltibed 1880. Telephone. Wamsutta Building. 

i vs Washington St. NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH. mass. 

A. L. FRANKLIN, 



FLORIST. 



FUNERRL DESIGNS. 



' I Division St. 
Bedding Plants, Bulbs. <in<l Cut Flowers of Best Varieties. 
Orn.itiic.nt.il I rees and Shrubbery for Sale. 

i meterj Lota C'ai ed Foi 

RPIf'f Q' FI IY1P ! Dilu,ed wi,h water makes the Best Lc 8 and Bod y Wash 

DUllTUO ibLllAltl j for Track and Road Horses. 



45 



ATTLEBORO, /visit 

Railroad Avenue. FULLER CARRIAGE CO. 



For up-to-date 
CAKRIAGES.etc. 



/97 



MANSFIELD, 
No. Main Street. 



AND REFKRKNCK I'. x < >F NORTH ATTLKI'.nKii. 



35 



COST OF RAILROAD FARH EACH WAY 



BETWEEN NORTH ATTLEBORO AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 32.9 MILES. PRICE. 

dm' month -II W 

Two months 21 00 

Three months 86 IK) 

Children under 18 years of age, one half 

above rates 

Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 

single fare .' :» s 

Five ride ticket S 35 

Single ride ticket TO 



BETWEEN NORTH ATTLEBORO AND PROVIDENCE. 



DISTANCE L6 9 H I 

i me in' 'nt h 

Tu. nths 

Three months 

Children under 18 years of age one half of 

above rates 

Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 

single tare , 

Five ride ticket 

Single ride ticket 



The commutation tickets are for one. t wo, and three mom l is only, commencing from any week day 

Cost of 1000-mile book $20. ' 



NORTH ATTLEBORO FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



Engine House. Fisher St. 
Company's Shop, Elm St. 
Chestnut St.. between Union Power I o.'s 
and Whitney's shops. 

Wamsutta Hotel, Washington and Flm Sts. 
High St. and Broadway. 
Broad St.. opp. resilience of F. <>. Pate. 
Whiting's Factory. Broad St. 
"West. opp. Circular St. 
South junction Washington and Park Sts. 
Washington and Elmwood Sts. 
Mount Hope St.. opp. John Diamond's resi- 
dence. 

Mount Hope St. and Commonwealth Ave. 
Mount Hope and Towne Sts. 
Towne St. and Commonwealth Ave. 
Park Square, near B. S. Freeman's shop. 
Commonwealth Ave., near Fair Grounds. 



52. Smith St.. near .loh ii Conefy's residence. 

54. Elmwood and Mount Hope Sts. 

(58 Near junction of Flm and ( 'hest mil Si s. 

72. Washington St.. opp. Ash St. 

S4. Bank and Ralph Sts. 

91, Grove and Broad Sis. 

SIGNALS. 

I— Blow for test. 12:30 and 8:30 p. m. 

I II Three blows will be given whentl m- 

panics ill sen ice at (ires have made up. I Recall. I 

I PI [-II— Three rounds of two blows each at 
7:45 a. m., 11:15 a. m., or 12:45 p. m., signify no 

school. 

Second alarm from same hox calls entire de 
pari meiit. 



NORTH ATTLEBORO ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 
INTERSTATE CONSOLIDATED STREET RAILWAY CO. 

CARS BETWEEN NORTH ATTLEBORO AND ATTLEBORO. 

Cars leave North Attleboro at ii:S;i. m., then at 5 and 35 minutes past the hour till 12:05 p. m 
Cars leave Attleboro at 5:35, 6:00, 0:35 a. m., then at Sand 35 minutes past the hour till 11:15 p. m. 

CARS BETWEEN NORTH ATTLEBORO ANH I'l.APNVl LI.F. 
Cars leave North Attleboro at ii:05 a. m.. then at .".and 85 minutes past the hour till 11:45 p. m. 
Cars leave Plain ville at 6:10 a. m., then at 10 and m minutes past the hour till 11:50 p. m. 
This line of cars connects through Plainville with Wrentham. Foxboro, and Franklin, thence to 
i via Dedham) Boston. 

CARS BETWEEN NORTH ATTLEBORO \M> PAWTTJCKET. 
Cars leave North Attleboro at 6:20a. in., then at 20 and 50 minutes past the hour till 11:40 p. m. 
Cars leave Pawtucket at 5 and 35 minutes past the hour. 



P. D. WHITE, 



DEALER IN 



WHITE WYMDOTTES EXCLUSIVELY. 

EGGS AND STOCK 
IN SEASON. 

ADDRESS, - - NO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 




DEPUTY SHERIFF!" 



AMES \AX. RILEY,i 

132 WASHINGTON ST., 
I RESIDENCE, - - ELMWOOD ST., ' 



NO. ATTLEBORO, IMSS. 



Rubber Stamps, Check / 

Punches, Dating Stamps, 

Pads, Etc. * PRINTER, 



HARRY E. BAR DEN, 



l JOB and 

COMMERCIAL, 
PLAINVILLE, MASS. I PRINTING. 



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ANTHONY S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



7VYRS. MINTOrS BRHUNWHRT, 

GERMANIA O A s H GROCERY. 

SPECIALTIES: 

German and American Groceries, Bologna and Imported Cheese. 

185 WASHINGTON STREET, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

GEO. W. HOPKINS, Agt. 

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. 

Estimates furnished for all kinds of carpenter 
work. Jobbing promptly attended to. 
Offiee, 39 Elm Street, No. Attleboro, Mass. 
Residence 5 Buckland Street. 




JOSEPH P. DAVOCK, 

The Popular Hair Dresser ai Barter 




SHAMPOOING 
and SINGEING. 



156 Washington 
Street. 



Up One Flight. 
NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



CHAS. E. KENT, 

Pr^cticail Horse Sboer. 



Special attention giv- 
en to lame horses 
and quarter cracks. 

25 East Street, 

Mo Attleboro, 

Mass. 




J. S. ASHWORTH, 



FINE 



Family Groceries 

194 and 196 Washington Street, 
North Attleboro, Mass. 

Telephone Connection. 



REYNOLDS BROTHERS, 



ZS E^HiEIES; 




FISH AND PROVISIONS, 

FRUITS, VEGETABLES, AND CANNED GOODS. 
J 83 Washington St., No. Attleboro, Mass 



! 



ARTHUR R. PECK, 

^V?r;*&= Contractor Carpenter and Builder. 

HL- ^iz^SJiv— -* ' Res.. 22 Metcalf St. P.O.Box217. 



5?..^ssafer . 



Shop, off Elm St. 



North Attleboro, Mass. 



WALTER H. WATSON, 

Pool *nd Billiard Room *n<l Bowling Alley. 

ALSO A CHOICE LINE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO. DO NOT FAIL TO 

CALL WHEN IN NORTH ATTLEBORO. 

1 74 WASHINGTON STREET, - - - NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

Hoofine cures all hoof ailments and keeps sound feet 
sound. H. E. Briggs, Attleboro, Mass. 



Carriages, Sleighs, Harness, ' 
Horse Clothing. 4c, 4c. \ 



FULLER CARRIAGE CO., 

97 No. Mala St. . Maas field. 



'45 Railroad Ave., 
i flTTLtBORO. 



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37 



ANTHONYS STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : A. F., Attleboro Falls ; O., Oldtown ; A., Adamsdale. 



Auctioneers. 
Allen. Charles J. Allen Road. 
Harden. T. A. 54 Hark. 
Guild, C. T. ill Washington. 
POND, WM. H. 144 Washington. 

Awnings, Tents, Etc. 
McLeod, Hector. 214 Washington. 

Bakers. 
Barss, E. M. 155 Washington. 
Forrest, John. 152 Washington. 

Ralston, Charles W. 210 Washington. 

Band and Orchestra. 

North Attleboro Brass Band. 271 Washington. 

Banks. 

Attleboro Savings Bank. Washington, cor. Bank. 
North Attleboro National Bank. Washington, 

cor. Bank. 
Flainville Savings & Loan Association. 142 

Washington. 

Barbers. 
ADAMS, ANDREW. 8 Elm. 
AIKEN, JOSEPH F. 6 Church. See page 32. 
Burton, Alexander S. Commonwealth ave., A. F. 
DAVOCK, JOSEPH P. 156 Washington. See 

page 36. 
IVERS, WM. E. 160 Washington. 
Halardy, Amedee A. 24 Elm. 
Roekett, Edward. Commonwealth ave., A. F. 
Sherman, John B. 266 Washington. 
Taylor, George EL 119 Washington. 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairers. 
Ballou, J. P. 175 Washington. 
Hall, W. H. Freeman St., A. F. 
Norteman, Ernest, Jr. 228 Washington. 
Scott, Evelyn A. 1 Orne. 

Billiards and Pool. 
Starkey, E. R. 4n East. 
Sherman, John H. 266 Washington. 
WATSON, WALTER H. 174 Washington. See 
page 36. 

Bill Poster and Distributer. 
GILSON, A. W. 12 Holman, Attleboro. See 
page is. 



Blacksmiths. 

(See also Horseshoers.) 
Flynn, D. A. 36 East. 
KENT C. E. 25 East. See page 36. 
LA PORTE, HARVEY S. Mount Hope St., A. F. 

See pa^e 32. 
Salzgeber. Lucius. 36 East. 
STANLEY, W. H. 22 Orne. 

Boarding. 

Aston, Mrs. Thomas. 117 Washington. 
Cheever, Mrs. E. L. Park Sq.. cor. Cottage, A . 

F. 
Cheever, Mrs. Maria L. Town st., A. F. 

Bookseller and Stationer. 
BLOCK, A. R. 145 Washington. See page 34. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
BARDEN BROTHERS. 149 AVashington. 
BARNES, MRS. C. E. 29 Division. Seepage 34 
Hawes, George E. 1 17 Washington. 
Klietzner. Jacob, in Elm. 
Palin, H. P. 202 Washington. 

Bottlers. 
Wamsutta Bottling Co. ■"> Fisher. 

Bowling Alleys. 
Starkey. A. R. 40 East. 
WATSON, WALTER H. 174 Washington. See 

page 36. 

Box and Jewelers' Card Manufacturers. 
Mason BOX Co. Mount Hope st.. A. E. 

Braid Manufacturers. 
(;..1(1 Medal Braid Co. Mounl Hope St., A. E. 

Brush Manufacturer. 
Scott, Thomas E. (Estateof.) i East. 

Building Materials. 
RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freight depot. 
Res., 35 Elmu i ave. Telephone. 

Carriage and Wagon Makers. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy st., Mansfield. Seepage 

2. 
Salzgeber, L. 36 East. 
STANLEY, W. n. 22 Orne. 



JAMES W. RILEY, 

132 Washington St. 



Deputy SHeritt. 



\ Residence, Elmwood St., 

/ NO. ATTLEBORO. 



ENGRAMSG. RLBBER STAMPS, 
CHECK PINCHES. Etc. 



HADDV C DAUHPN \Sonth Street, Plain ville, Mass. 
AKKY C. E5AK1JC1M, - No Attleboro Office, Barden Bros. 



PRINTER. 



Telephone. 



38 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Carriagesmiths. 
LA PORTE, HARVEY S. M >unt Eope St., A. F. 

See pa 
Smith, John P. 13 Richards ave. 

Carriage Trimmer. 
Phillips, Fre leric K. 22 I >rne. 

Cesspool and Vault Cleaning. 
Town of No. Attleboro. Town Farm. 

Cider Mills. 
ALLEN. ALBERT L. Allen Road. P. O. Box 

114. See page 33. 
CARPENTER, EDWIN F. Adamsdale. See 
page 38. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
i u\ id. 127 Washington. 
BLOCK, A. R. 145 Washington. See page 34. 
BROWN, GEO. E. 57 Commonwealth ave.. A. F. 
Ralph. Charles W. ill Washington. 
WATSON, WALTER H. 174 Washington. See 
page 36. 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. 
WESTCOTT, FRANK T. Room 8, 182 Washing- 
i in See page 34. 

Clothingand Gents' Furnishings. 
BARDEN BROTHERS. 149 Washington. 

Coal and Wood. 
B .-'.v .rth. C. II. 13 Pleasant, 
(iuil 1. C. T. -,'ii Washington. 
Phillips, A, I. :; Klin. 
RILEY. W. H. & SON. Near freighl depot. 

Res . 35 Kimu ! ave. Telephone. 

Rushton. Jothatn -.'l Elm. 
Wilmarth, K. A. & ( !o. 58 Commonwealth ave., 
A F. 

Collectors. 
POND, J. E. &SON. Bank Building, I n Wash- 
ing! .ii s •■• page 81 

Confectionery Dealers and Manufacturers. 
BROWN, GEO. E. 57 Commonwealth ave., \ 

l 
Cine, Herbert K (64 Washington. 
McNay, Arthur. 192 Washington. 

Miss Kale. M ,uni Hope St., A. I-". 

Contractors Carpenters. 
BENNETT, HENRY H. 185 Washington. 
Champlin, II irac ■ I iottage St., A. !•'. 
DRISCOLL, THOMAS F. Mount Hope St., A I 
HOPKINS. G. W., AGT. :'>'•> Kim See page 86 
MAGNAN, N. J. 18 Dexter. See page 84 

See page 86, 



PECK. ARTHUR R. 2 
Thompson, Wlnfleld S. 



Met, Mil'. 
1 I KIllIWi 



Contractor Concrete Paver. 
BRIGHAM, AARON. 88 Elmwood, See pi 
Contractor Excavating. 

i:UI(,HAM. AARON. 88 Elmw I 

i.i A(. NAN. N. .1. 18 Dextei See pa 

Contractors Masons. 
MAGNAN. N. I. ■ i ■■ ter See pa 
Sullivan -ii i 

Contractor Paver and Sidewalks. 
KUn, HAM. AARON. 88 Elmw I See pa 

tor Road Building and Grading. 
BRIGHAM, AARON. -- Kim» I See i 

( on tractors Roofers. 
Dl;is( oi i . i NOMAS P. Mounl Hope bI \ I 

'•..N.I. [)i 



Dentists. 
Flint, E. IK Washington st. 
Howe, S. W. 168 Washington. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
BROWN, E. CARLISLE. 10 Orne. Lou- .lis 

tance telephone. 
RILEY, JAMES W. 132 Washington. 

Elmwood st. See margin lines. 



Res 



Straker Bros. 



Die Cutters. 

Elm st. 



Dining and Lunch Rooms. 
CITIZENS' CAFE. W. F. Bowen, Prop'r. 162 

Washington. 
HEWES LUNCH. 14 Elm. 
Tufts, W. C, Jr.. & Co. Elm. cor. Washingt in. 

Doors, Sash, and Blinds. 
MAGNAN, N. J. 13 Dexter. See page 34. 

Dressmakers. 
Bunker. Miss Abbie H. 24^ Washington. 
( Iheever, Mrs. H. E. Cottage st.. A. K. 
CLARKIN, MISS ANNA E. 151 Washington. 

See inside hack COI it. 

Jordan. Mrs. E. L. 8 Grove. 

LENAU, MRS. A. M. Room is. Anawan Block. 

168 Washington. 
Perry, Miss Ada M. Commonwealth ave.. A. F. 
Sevigny, Mrs. R. A. 1 High. 
Sherman. Charlotte M. 19 Leonard. 
Simms. Mrs. Annie E. 5 Dexter. 

Druggists. 
( loady, Thomas F. & Co. 165 Washington 
Gould, F. H. 14S Washington. 
Watson, A. I'. 176 "Washington. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
COTTON, GEORGE. I Agent for Butterick's Pal 

terns, i 1,1 Washington. 
Endres, Joseph. Commonwealth ave. . A. F. 
Gulski, A. L. ii Park. 
Rosenberg Bros. 170 Washington. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
KLING, F. W. & CO. I Hdtown road, 
KNIGHT, CHARLES A. Turner ave . S A 
r ii address. Valley Falls, R. 1. Seepages. 

Mitchell. William 1 > Washington st 

WHITE, P. D. 12 1 nar.l. Seepage:!:,. 

Electric Light Co. 
North Attleboro Electric Light Plant, Municipal 

Embalmers. 
SPERRY, A. M. & SON. 8 Grove, Seepage82 

Emigration Agent. 
McKEON, ROGER. SSumner 

Express Company. 
. Prews Express 184-Washington. 
Expressmen. 
Phillips, \ s :: Elm. 

RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freighl depol 
Re 85 Elmwood ave. Telephone 

Fertilizers. 
RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freighl depol 
Re 85 Elmwood ave. Telephone. 

Fish and Oysters. 
Hopkins, W K Elm st. 

Fish, Oysters, and Provisions. 
REYNOLDS BROTHERS. 188 Washington. See 

Florists. 
w a i !ha ■ \ Idamsdale 



HORSE OWNERS. 

ATTENTION ! 



i. m . TRV ItlOONNE, AND VETERINARY 

BRIGGS tLIXIK,) colig cure. 



Office, 132 Washington Streets JAMES W. RILEY, ju nrfh flmphnrn „,„« 
Residence, El m*oori Streets deputy sheriff. ' wum| "'"M""^ l» d ^ - 

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FRANKLIN, A. L, 21 Division. See page34. 
Nolan, John J. Dexter st. 

Fruit and Confectionery. 
Badracco, David. 127 Washington. 
BLOCK. A. R. 145 Washington. See page 34. 
Diamond, James. Commonwealth ave., a. k. 

Fruit Farm. 

Allen. Charles J. Allen Road 

Funeral Directors. 
SPERRY, A. M. & SON. 8 Grove. See page 82. 

Furniture. 
Bishop, Arthurs. Washington st. 
Furniture Movers. 
Phillips, A. s. 3 Elm. 
RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freight depot. 

Res.. 35 Elmwood ave. Telephone. 
Rushton, Jotham. Ml Kim. 

Furniture Repairers and Upholsterers. 
Jackson, C. s. Elm st. 
McLeod. Hector. 214 Washington 

Gents' Furnishings. 
BARDEN BROTHERS. 149 Washingl >n. 

Gas Company. 
North Attleboro Gas Light C >. Elm st. 

Golf Goods and Umbrellas. 
CAYFORD, A. B. 178 Washington. 

Grain Elevator and Grist Mill. 

No. Attleboro Grain Co. Chestnut st. 

Grocers— Retail. 
ASHWORTH, J. S. 194-196 Washington. See 

pa«e 86, 
Avery & Crossley. w<w Washington. 
BRAUNWART, MRS. ANTON. 185 Washington. 

See pa^e 36. 
Breen. J. F. Park st. 
Gay, Frank E. Adamsdale. 
Hancock, T. E. & Co. 14ti Washington. 
Lawton. G. B. & Co. Mount Hope st.. A. F. 
Meyer. O. F. 230 Washington. 
Newell, O. D. Commonwealth ave.. cor. .Mount 

Hope St.. A. F. 
Precourt. A. A. & Son. Elm st.. A. F. 
Wright, John. 189 Washington. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
Hall. W. M. 188 Washington. 

Harness Makers. 
GRAGG, W. F. Bruce ave 
JOY, C. F. 5 Elm. 

Hay and Straw. 
RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freight depot. 
Kes.. 35 Elmwood ave. Telephone. 

Horseshoers. 

i Sec also Blacksmiths, i 

KENT, C. E. 25 East. See page 36 

LA PORTE, HARVEY S. Mount Hope St., A. F. 

Sec page 32. 
Mallettee. J. M. 27 East. 
Salzgeber, Lucius. 36 East. 
STANLEY, W. H. 22 Orne. 
Uhlig. Ernst A. 19 East. 

Hotels. 
International House. 136-140 Washington 
Wamsutta Hotel. Washington, cor. Elm. 

House Furnishings. 
Canavan, R. S. 178 Washington. 



Ice Dealers. 
Jauffrett, Bernard. Mt. Hope si . A. F. 
Oldtown lc- Co. Todd Bros., Prop'r9 1 1 
Richards, Ira. Elm st. 

Insurance Agents. 
King, Edward E. Church st. 
ivlcKEON, ROGER. 5 Summer 
Murphy, Robert. 2 Jay. 

PARKER, A. T. Bank' Bldg.. Washing! in it. 
WOODBURY, F. W. Room II, Odd I 

Bldg.. Washington si 
WOODBURY & KELLEY. (Fire and Life.) 177 

Washington. 
Jeweler Retail and Watch Repairer. 
Ballou, John P. L. I7."> Washington. 

Jewelry Assayers and Refiners. 
Sherman, C. E. M. & Son. 78 Elm. 

Jewelry Badges, Medals, Etc. 
Blackington, Virgil II. & Co. Commons 

ave. A F 
Gorton, !•'. l. & Co. it Richard's ave. 

Jewelry Bracelets. 
Barrows, C. L. & Co. Commonwealth ave., A. F 
Falls Manuf. Co. Commonwealth ave., A, F. 

Jewelry Brooches, Hat, and Stick Pins 
Manufacturers. 
Bugl & Niles Co. 90 Broa 1 st. 

Jewelry Chains. 

Barrows. H. F. & Co. 7 Division. 

Bell. W. H. & Co. Mount Hope st.. A. F. 

Bliss, a. H. & Co. Broad st. 

Draper, O. M. Elm st. 

Freeman. B. S. & Co. Commonwealth ave.. A F. 

OHLER, CHARLES. Town st.. A. F. 

Stanley Brothers. Mount Hope st., A. F. 

Sturdy'S, J. F. Sons. Mill st.. A. F. 

Jewelry Chain Trimmings. 
Fisher, W. N. & Co Mill st.. A. F. 

Jewelry Chasers and Designers. 

Brown. A. W. 39 Elm st. 
Harrington, E. L. 39 Elm. 
Man-hunt. .las. A. in East. 

Jewelry Cuff Holders and Buckles. 
Casper <£ Mandalian. 38-40 Broad. 

Jewelry Electro Plater. 
Bonnet t. John P. Elm si . 

Jewelry Enamelers. 
Birmingham, J. J. Bruce ave. 
No. Attleboro Enameling Co. Elm st. 

Jewelry Engravers. 
BLOCK, A. R. it.") Washington. See page 31 
( iaswell, ( (scar P. I ( Ehurch. 

Jewelry Jewelers' Findings. 
BLOCK. A. R. 145 Washington. See page 84 



CLAFLIN. GEO. L. & CO 

ii East. See pagi 
Copeland, J. O. <S Co 90 Br 



I S Joshn, Agent, 
id. 



Jewelry Manufacturers. 
Annawan Jewelry Co. chestnut st. 
Barrows, II- F. & Co. Division, cor. Broad. 

Ig R. &Co I hestnut St. 

Cheever, Tw Iv ,v Co. Elm st. 

Clark. W. c. & Co. 18 East. 
I ■ . Iding & Heilbom < 'o. Jay st. 
Commonwealth Jewelry Manufacturing i 

< ' immonweal th a\ e.. A I' 
Cutler, I-'. II. a < !o. Elm st. 
Daggett Jewelry Co. (Corp.) Chestnut si 



HEflLlO SOAP is a MEDI6INE, lor the skin, 



Job and 
Commercial Printing 



HARRY E. BARDEN, \ 

I SOUTH STREET. PLAINVILLE. MASS. ' 



RUBBER ST4MPS. 

CHECK PUNCHES. 
DATING STAMPS, PADS, ETC. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



r>.. ran. Bagi < a < - Broad st. 

Fontneau & Cook, Commonwealth ave., A. r . 

Franklin. E. I. & Co. Chestnut st. 

Hall. W. 11. & Co. Commonwealth ave., A. t . 

Hudson, G.C. 88 Broad. 

Joyce & » '<>. i" 1 Broad. 

Lenau, Thomas & Co. Mill st.. A. F. 

Merrit, 11. D. & Co. Earn st. 

Richards, E. Ira Co. Elm st. 

Riley, French & Eteffron. 13 East. 

Robinson* Co. Oldtown. P. O. address, No. 

Attleboro. 
Sandland, Capron & Co. Chestnut st. 
Shepardson, F. I.. & Co. r. 18 East. 
Smith, T. I. a I !o. Washington st. 
Sommer & Bfills Co. r. 18 East. 
Sturtevant, WhiteingA Bigelow. Chestnut st, 
Warren, Chas. A. & Co. Broad st. 

Jewelry Metal Spinner. 
' onnell, E. < !. Bruce ave. 

Jewelry Military Buttons. 
Evans, Daniel & Co. Commonwealth ave., A. F. 

Jewelry Silversmiths. 
( urtN. H. II. CO. Kim st . 
Gilbert, F. S. I Jhestnut st. 
Palmer & Peckham. East st. 
Webster, G. K Hank. cor. Broadway. 
Whiting, Frank M. & Co. 90 Broad. 

Jewelry Solid Gold Goods. 
Frothingham, T, G. & Co. W Broad. 
Landscape Gardener. 
FRANKLIN, A. L. 24Division. Seepage84. 

Laundry. 
I iraper's Laundry. 1 1 Broad. 
Lawyers. 
lis ram. I B 188 Washington. 
POND, J. E. & SON. 182 Washington st. See 
page 81. 

Library. 

Richard's Mei ial Library. Washington, cor. 

< ;p.\ e 

Lumber and Mill Work. 
MAGNAN.N.J. 18 Dexter. Seepage84. 

Machinists. 
Barnett, Washington. .".:s Commonwealth ave.. 

Guild, < ' T Machine Co. 211 Washington, 
Masons. 
Bee ' "Hi ractors Masons, 
Meats and Provisions. 
1 potty, l, \. Park, | unction Washington 
.i i: i Peddler i 10 t Ishei 

I i ' 208 w ,i bingl on, 
REYNOLDS BHOTHERS. 188 Washington. 8ee 

160 w.i I. ii 
w ji m-iii in Market ' '•■ 28 Elm. 

Men's and Women's Furnishings. 
( AYFORD, A. B. 178 Wa riis fton 
Merchant Tailors. 
alloi 

,.,,,,. i i 8 
K 204 w 
Whli b i tl ■ ard i. 21 1 Washington, 

Milk Inspector, 
KLING, W. HENRY, i or the town of North 

Mil- ■!■ 



Milk Dealers. 
Arnold, N. H. Mt. Hope st. 
Baker. E. S. Grant st. 
Blaney, John. Fisher st. 
Bowen, Geo. E. Holmes Neighborhood. 
i laldwell, W. H. Allen Road. 
Carter. Moses. Smith st. 
( ii itty, Daniel R. Washington st. 
Daggett, Henry. Elmwoodave. 
Derk, Mrs. G. w. Attleboro Falls. 
Draper, G. B. Oldtown Road. 
I >i -i'w . Felix. Attleboro Falls. 
Ellis, Charles. P. O. address. Cumberland, R. I. 
Fisher, H. N. Attleboro Falls, 
i. ilden, William. Washington st. 
Guild, Henry A. Adamsdale. 
Hall. I. S. High St. 
Henshaw, S. H. Hoppin ave. 
Hi ilmes. Miss Cora. Holmes Neighborhood. 
Horton, Mrs. B. Park st. 
Hurt. m. Frank E. OldtOWnRoad. 
Jacob. John. Highst. 
Jordan. Charles E. Holmes Neighborhood. 

Keith. Oeorge F. F.Iniw 1 ave. 

Kent, Henry C. Metcalf st. 

Kling, Mrs. S. W. oldtown Road. 

Lynch. Thomas. Grove st. 

M'AGNAN, N. J. Dexter Place. 

Maxey, E. B. Adamsdale. 

McCartney, R. Oldtown Road. 

Millard. W. H. Holmes Neighborhood. 

Parsons. James B. New Boston Boad. 

Pierce, Lemuel L. Smith st. 

Razee, L. W. Postoffice address. Arnolds Mills. 

R. I. 
Rhodes. II. K. Oldtown Road. 
Stanley, A. W. Adamsdale. 
Sweet. Charles R. Oldtown Road. 

Sweetland, S. N. Hoppin ave. 
Titus, H. (i. Washington st. 
Tobin, James F. Attleboro Falls. 
Underwood, W. I. Hoppin ave. 

Whalen, James. Attleboro Falls. 
Whitney. Edwin. School st. 

Milliners. 
Bonney, Miss 11. J. 198 Washington. 
McDONOUGH, ANNIE. R a 8, Anawan Block. 

HiS Washington. 
NOYES, MRS. E. R. 179 Washington, Seepage 

84. 

Music Teachers. 
Bronson, John II. 9 Orne. 
BRUNO, RICHARD. (Piano and Vol I 

i »rne. See page :'.i. 
Cheswright, F. H. W Division. 
Hatch, May B. 29 Park. 
Herard, Miss Corlnne. 8 church. N. A. 
King. Mrs, Edward M. 28 I Ihurch. 
McGowan, Winnifred L. 88 Smith. 
STANLEY, JESSIE L. (Piano and Organ.) 68 

Broad. Seepage84. 
TIbDALE, MRS. M. C. 22 Bank, 

Newsdealers. 
BLOCK. A. R. 145 Washington. See page 84. 
BROWN, GEORGE E. B7 Commonwealth ave., 

\ I-' 
Mid. ii. -ton. w ( ■ ii.; Washington. 

Newspapers Dally. 
EVENING CHRONICLE. II Kim 
NOHTH ATTLEBORO ADVERTISER, oldtown 
Road 

Opera House. 
u .mi ni ia i ipera House Washington, <■<,<■. Elm. 

Oyster Dealers. 
REYNOLDS BROTHERS. 188 Washington. See 
e 88. 



RPTfTx" TTT TYIR I curbs colic, epizooty. strains, \ rheumatism 

DllllTUO PjLlAlll, A ,xi) LAMENESS IN MORSES, ALSO\ IN MAN. 



'JAMES 

J t 132 WASHINGTON ST. 



W. RILEY, 1 

RESIDENCE, ELMWOOD ST. I 



North Atttro, Has. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF NORTH ATTLEBORO 



M 



Painter Carriage. 
Hazzard, Theodore B. 20 Orne. 
Painters— House. 

Berthold, II. C. 34 Pleasant. 

Connell, II. B. 121 Washington. 

DEVLIN, JOHN. 85 Elm. 

Hochberg, William. 19 East. 

MAGNAN, N. J. 18 Dexter. Seepage34. 

McDougall, Win. -.'i Elm. 

Picken, James, 88 East. 

Struck. Henry G. S. 18 Prospect. 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 
DEVLIN, JOHN. 85 Elm. 

Paper Bags and Twine. 
BLOCK, A. R. 145 Washington. Seepage34. 

Paper Hanger. 
DEVLIN, JOHN. 25 Elm. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Bullard. H. C. S Church. 
Billiard, N. ('. S Church. 
Foster, J. K. 56 Elm. 
Gerould, J. B. 190 Washington. 
HALE, EDWIN E. Office, 177 Washington. 

Res.', 16 High. Office hours usually till 9 a. m., 

and from 8 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. in. 
Kilbv. Henry S. 188 Washington. 
McCOY, HUGH A. 11 Orne. 
Smith. I). P. 3 Bank. 
VANCE, M. E. Office and Residence, 169 Wash 

ington. Office hours, from 9 to 10 a. m. l to 

3.30 and 6.30 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 136-3. 

Planing and Sawing Mill. 
MAGNAN, N. J. 13 Dexter. SeepageS4. 

Plumbers. 
Brown, Geo. 888 Washington. 
MAGNAN, N. J. 13 Dexter. See page 34. 
PLATH, N. NELSON. 1 Circular. 

Poultry Fanciers. 
Boyd, Charles E. Washington st. 
LIGHTHOUSE FARM. Khng, F. W. & Co., 

Prop'rs. < lldtown Road. 
KNIGHT. CHARLES A. Turner ave., S. A. 

P. i >. address. Valley Falls. R. I. See page 3. 
WHITE, P. D. 12 Leonard. Seepage.:).",. 

Poultry Food. 
LEARY BROS. Bruceave. Seepage38. 

Printers. 
HUNT, H. D. 44 Elm. 
KLING, F. W. & CO. Oldtown Road 

Proprietary Medicines. 
BARNES, MRS. C. E. I Bradbury's Indian Vege- 
table Ointment.) 89 Division. See page 34, 

Roofers. 

(See Contractors— Hi infers, i 

Sanitarium. 
North Attleboro Sanitarium. 14 Ash. 

Sewing Machines. 
KEEFE, J. H. (Singer Sewing Machine.) 850 
Washington. Also Wamsutta Hotel. 

Stables. 
LEARY BROTHERS. Res., fRichards ave. 
Stable, Bruceave. See page 32. 

Phillips. A. s. :; Elm. 
Rounds. Ceo. E. '.'•-' Elm. 



Stock Farms. 
Angora Goal Farm. North Attleboro. 

Street Railway Company. 
Interstate Consolidated Street Railway Co 
Washington, opp. Elm, 

Tag Manufacturers. 
Self -Locking Tag Co. 811 Washington. 

Tailors. 
(See also Merchant Tail 

JONES, T. R. lOGrove, See margin line inside 

hack cover. 
Rietz, Philip, is Park. 

Teaming. 
RILEY, W. H. & SON. Near freight depot. 
Res . 35 Elmwood ave. Telephone. 

Teas and Coffees. 
Middleton, W. C. Washington st. 

Telegraph and Telephone Companies. 
Pro\ idence Telephone 1 !o. 169 Washington. 
Western Cnion Telegraph Co. R. R. stations at 

Attleboro Falls and No. Attleboro. 

Tool Makers. 

King Bros. Bruce aye. 

The Snap & Tool Co. 41 Elm. 

Undertakers. 
Casey. .1. J. 821 Washington. 

McCinn Bros. Broad St. 

SPERRY, A. M. &S0N. 3 Crove. Seepage::-.' 

Upholsterers. 
i See also Furniture Repairers. I 
McLeod, H. -M4 Washington. 
Meek, J. W. 4 Commonwealth ave., A. F. 

Variety Store. 
Connors. P.J. Commonwealth ave., A. F. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. 100 High st.. Boston. Seepages 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Turtle. A. A. Wamsutta Stable. 
YOUNG, C. C. Wamsutta Stable. 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 
ALLEN, ALBERT L. Allen Road. See page 38. 
CARPENTER. EDWIN F. Adamsdale See 
page 32. 

Wall Papers. 
DEVLIN, JOHN. 85 Elm. 

Waterworks. 
North Attleboro Waterworks. Municipal. 

Wine Makers and Dealers. 
ATTLEBORO VINEYARD. Albert 1. Allen, 
Prop'r. Alien Road. SeepageSS. 

Wood Dealers. 
See aNo i loal and Wood. I 

Lavery, James. Prosj I st 

Met larthy, A. S. 36 Circular. 

Yarn Manufacturer. 

Adams. John F. Adamsdale. 



HEflLIO SOAP For The Toilet and Bath. 



ENGRAVING 

and PRINTING. 



HARRY E. BARDEN, \ No. Attleboro Offfce. 

PRINTER, BARDEN BROTHERS. 

Plainville, - Mass. ' Telephone Connection. 



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PLAINVILLE STEAM CIDER MILL, 
Mrs. Emily M. Fisler, Prop'r. 

Pure Refined Cider and Cider Vinegar 

MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE AT REASONABLE PRICES. 

WOOD SAWED TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. 

SOUTH, COR. CROSS ST., PLAINVILLE, MASS. 



STEERE, 




CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER AND WHEELWRIGHT. 

Light Work a Specialty. 
SHOP. South, Cor. West Bacoa. 
RESIDENCE, Warren St. 

Plainville, Mass. 



FRANK O. CORBIN, 

TAXIDERMIST. 

Mounting of Game Heads, 

Small Mammals, and 

Birds a Specialty. 

Skins tanned and made into rugs. 

South St., PLAINVILLE, MASS. 



B. J. PERSONS, 

Variety 
Store. 

Newspapers, Periodicals, Fruit, 

Confectionery, Cigars, 
Tobacco, Soda, Etc. 

Proctor's Block, Wrentham, Mass. 



ELM COTTAGE, 

ICE CHEfWl, WHOLESALE AND RETfilL. 

Orders delivered when desired. 

Confectionery, Cigars, and Tobacco. 

FRUITS OF ALL KINDS 

in their season. 

Lunches Served at all Hours During 
the Day. Bicycle Sundries. 

ANSON M. DENNIS, Prop'r. 

South St., - Plainville, Mass. 



CHARLES N. MOORE, 
Livery and Boarding Stable. 



Teams Furnished at 
Reasonable Rates. 

Furniture Moving and Gen- 
eral Jobbing. 

Btabl< and Resident e, South St., 

Plainville, Mass. 




HORSESHOER, 



< jaiv »es a q«ai>it, CARRIAGE AND 
SMITH.* Union^llk, atkss. / WAGON REPAIRING. 



DUMBER 

OF ALL KINDS. * 



I 0. F. METCALF & SONS, » Shingles, Mouldings, 

' Floorings, Packing 

' Cases. Mill Work. 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



AMI REFERENCE BOOK OF WRENTHAM. 



43 



WRENTHAM, MASS. 



Wollonopauge (the old Indian name for Wrentham) was first settled in the year 1661, and 
named Wrentham from a township by thai name in England. Located in the southern pan of Nor- 
folk County, twenty-six miles southwest of Boston and fifteen miles fr Dedham, on the Provi- 
dence Division of the N. Y.. N. II. & Hartford R. R. 

Tin' town was a part of Dedham until its incorporal ion in 1673. The surface of the town is pleas- 
antly diversified by hills ami valleys. The highest elevations are 456 and 186 feet above the sea level. 

interesting and picturesque views of Massachusetts and Rhode Island may I njoyed on clear 

days. Prom the highlands ami Lake Pearl, branches of the < lharles and Neponsel Rivers rise 

Wrentham ranks the one hundred and forty-fifth place of importance in the Bay state, and its 
area is 32.2 square miles, it has direct electric car service with the Attleboros via Plainville, with 
Foxboro, Franklin. Dedham, and Boston. 

The villages of the township comprise smith Wrentham, Plainville, Sheldonville, and Shepardville. 
Population, Unite,! states census 1890, 2566. Stat nsusl895, 2584. 



WRENTHAM POSTOFFICES. 



WRENTHAM. 

H. V. HALL. Postmaster. 

< H'tiee hi mi's daily from 7:00 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday from 12 to 12:30 p. >i. 

a. m. 4:25 p. M. Mails close 7:30, 8:25 a. m.. 12:30, 5:30 p. m. 



Mails open i 



PLAINVILLE. 

W. A. COVILLE, Postmaster. 

Office hours 6:30 to 11 a. m. 11:45 a. M. to 7:30 P. M. Mails ..pen 7:35, 8:45, 9:30 a m . 1:45, 5:45 P. u 

Mails eli.se 7:00, 8:00 a. m., 4:00. 5:00, 5:55 P. M. 

SHELDONVILLE. 

C. E. THOMAS. Postmaster. 
< it'tiee hours 6:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open 9:00 a. m.. 5:00 p. u. Mails close 6:45 a. m.. 3:45 p. m. 



IS. LRURH IHHINT1EN WEEKS, 

Pupil of G. L. LANSING, Boston, 

INSTRUCTOR OF 

BANJO, MANDOLIN, 

and GUITAR. 

BACON SQUARE, 

PLAINVILLE, - - MASS. 



HISS BERNICE ELLIOT BURTON, 

TEACHER OF 

PIANOFORTE 

and ACCOMPANIST. 

Pupil of Arthur Foote, Boston. 



School Street, 
f=>i_ a i rvi \/ i i_i_e:, mass 



/ / ir'll /C / \A/HfTI\in I Choice WHITK WYANDOTTE and RHODE 

LtUUIUS L,. Wm I ilVlJ, I ISLAND REDS Stock ami Egg8 for sale. 

West Street, SHELDOSVILLE, MASS. \ Poultry Supplies of all kinds and Lice Killer- 



JOB PRINTING 



HARRY E. BARDEN, 



and ENGRA VINO. \ pla invilTe* ' N T E R .' 



( All Work 

'promptly and neatly 
mass. i done. 



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A. WlbbARD, 

CONTRACTOR CARPENTER AND BUILDER. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

LUMBER AND HARDWARE. 

■ WRENTHflUl. IM88. 




Residence and Shop, 
WINTER ST., 




HENRY F. GUILD, 

CONTRACTOR CARPENTER AND BUILDER. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. Residence, SOUTH ST., 
PLAINVILLE, MASS. 

CHARLES W/. fr-HL-L-, 

Contractor Mason. 

ALL KINDS OF 

Brick and Stone Work, Plas- 
tering, Stucco Work, and 
Inlaid Fireplace Work. 

WHITENING and COLORING. 
Estimates Furnished. 

■"ttih st.. Wrentbun. fl*ss. 




DEALER IN 




B. H.GU1LD, 

GOAL, WOOD, 

LIMBER, 

AND MILK. 

West St., - Shcldonville, Mass. 

ROBERT BAMBERRY, 

Pr&ctial Horsesboer \oi General Btacksniitb. 

ALL WORM DONE IN A SATISFACTORY MANNER. 
Shop, bast St., WRBNTHAM, MASS. 

JOHN LO&FFLER, 
FLORIST. 

Bouquets, Baskets, Floral Designs, and 

I crncriiis Tastefully Arranged. 

II iUIUS MlTlllli KiU WEDDINGS. PAHIItS. AND EUNERALS 

Al SMORI NOTICE. ALSO DEALER IN 

Potted Plants of Every Description. 

PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE. 

I\ O. Box 74. South St.. Plainville, Mass. 




Prmetlcsl HoneMboer 

and Blacksmith. 



JAMES A. GRANT, \ Carriage and 

Central St., ... „ , , 

Unionvillo. - Mass.' Wagon Repairing. 



LUMBER ' 0. F. METGflLF & SONS, * rt JHSf&S£^S& 

OFALLKlNDS.i Franklin, Mass. ' mjii work. 

AND REFERENCE BOOK OF WRENTHAM. Jo 

WRENTHAM CHURCHES. 



Advent.- Re-organized ( Ihurch of Jesus Christ. Smith St.. Rev. Charles Coombs, elder 
Baptist. -First Baptist Church, West St.. E. Edgar Harris, pastor. 
Congregational.— First Congregational, Fast. cur. South. William J. Minchin, pastor. 
Episcopal. -Trinity Episcopal, Fast St.. no settled pastor. 
Methodist.- Methodist church, Fast Bacon St.. Rev. F. .1. Hah', pastor. 
Roman Catholic- Taunton St.. Rev. J. I\ Broderick, pastor. 
Universalist.— Universalis! Church, supplied. 



WRENTHAM INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 



AMERICAN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. Wrentham Lodge, No. 82. -Meets first Friday of each 

mouth at Odd Fellows hall. 
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. Bennett Lodge.— Meets second and fourth Wednesday 

evenings of each month at G. A. R. hall. 
DEGREE OF HONOR. -Meets first and third Wednesday evenings of each month at G. A. R. hall. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. George H. Maintien Post, No. 133. -Meets every Monday 

evening at G-. A. R. hall. 
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.— George H. Maintien Post. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each 

month at G. A. R. hall. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Wampum Lodge, No. 195.— Meets every Tuesday 

at ( Mill Fellows hall. Fales block. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE 



BETWEEN BOSTON AND WRENTHAM 

DISTANCE 'JO MILKS. 

One month $12 60 

Two mouths Zi 68 

Three months 31 50 

Children under 18 years of age, one half 
above fare 



Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 

single fare S 31 

Five ride ticket 

Single ride ticket 61 



The commutation tickets are for one, two, and three months only, commencing from any week day 

Cost of n mile book. 880.00. 

DANIEL G. WILLARD, 
CONTRACTOR MASON. 

Brick and Stone work in all its branches. Tiling and Fancy Plastering a 

Specialty. 
Residence, Dedham, corner Winter Street, Wrentham, Mass. 

HIGHLAND STOCK FARM, 

ROBERT H. CONANT, Proprietor. 

Dealer in LONQ and SHORT WOOD, MILK, EQQS, PORK, and PIGS. 

Breeder of St. Bernard and Collie Dogs. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables la their season. 
HIGH STREET, PLAINVILLE, MASS. 

POULTRY SUPPLIES and LICE KILLER FOR FOWLS. , T T^TT TC T \Y7 L-ITT-T lSJfl 

EGOS AND FOWLS FOR SALE FROM SELECTED WHITE LUUUO *-♦ VV 1 11 1 11>VJ, 

WYANDOTTE AND RHODE ISLAND REDS STOCK. S West Street, Sheldonville, Mass. 



46 



FISHER'S INSURANCE AGENCY, 

ANTHONY'S standard business directory 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



WRENTHAM, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS: P., Plainville ; S., Sheldonville. 



Auctioneers. 
Pond, William E. Taunton st. 
Redding, Frank P. South St. 

Banks. 
National Bank of Wrentham. South st. 
Plainville Savings & Loan Association, t >frice. 
Hank Building, No. Attleboro. 

Barbers. 
ADAMS. GEORGE H. Southst.. P. 
MAYSHAW, HENRY N. Southst. 

Basket Manufacturer. 
i lobb, Martin 1>. Washington St., P, 

Billiards and Pool. 
ADAMS. GEORGE H. South St., P. 
MAYSHAW, HENRY N. Southst. 

Bill Poster and Distributer. 
GILSON. A. W. 12 Hohnan, Attleboro See 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairers. 
DENNIS, ANSON M. South St., P. Seep 
Randall, I D. South st. 
Walden Broa South b( P 

Blacksmiths. 
II' >rsesh< " • 
BAMBERRY, ROBKRT. 
GRANT, JAMES A. Central Bt., Unionville. 

KENDAL1 . i HAKLES P. South Bt., P, See 

i ■>. er. 

Boats to Let. 
ENEGREN, W. L. Lake Pearl See front cover, 

Boardinn. 

OUt I' -i i' 

[. ] •.< nold -i . s. 
Boot and Shoe Deal' 
lam 1 i i an kiln st . 

•1.. nufacturep. 



Builders' Hardware. 
WILLARD, A. Winterst.,W. Seepage44. 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
Ruggles, Frank J. Taunton st. 

Carriage and Wagon Makers. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy st., Mansfield. Seepage 

STEERE, M. W. South, cor. West Bacon. Res. 
Warren st.. l'. See page 12. 

Cattle Inspector. 
Barstow, Dr. E. M. East st. 

Cider Mills. 
FISLER, MRS. EMILY M. South, cor. Cross, P. 
See page 12 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
DENNIS, ANSON M. Southst, P. Seepage42. 

Civil Engineer, 
tde, Geo w South st.. P. 

Clothing Dealer. 
Freese, William E. Franklin si , 
Coal and Wood. 
Barney, Edward < !. South st.. p, 
Bennett, Herberl I South st. 
GUILD. B. H. Westst.,S. Seepage44. 
Wilkinson, I lharles E. Easl si. 
Confectionery. 
DENNIS, ANSON M. 8outhst.,P. See page 42. 
PERSONS, B. J. South si. Seepa 

Contractors Carpenters. 
I '.tiii. ii. J i i ranklln si. 
GUILD. HENRY F. South st, P. Seepage44, 
Hatch, i i; To* n i 
.lar\ is. Ben ianiin \ w est si .. s. 
Metcalf. I-.. I. ... II West si., s. 

i . I'. 
WILLAKD. ARTEMUS. Winterst. Beeps 

Contractors Masons. 
Outhie, W M Dedham I 
HILL. CHARLES W. Southst Seepage44, 



Munrbf Robert ' I South Bt., P 
WILLARD, DANIEL G. W Inter, 

. See pa ■ I - 



■ I I". II. a. ii 



m,,M,,, " H "'JAMES A. GRANT/^pUT^ 

MD BLACKSMITH. \ HMRAISI., UNIONVILLE, MASS. I INTERFERING HORSES. 



Medway, XIa.^ss. Boston, ,^J Kilby St. 
Telephones, Mkdway, F»a.v Station, Boston, 1468. 



\M» REFERENCE BOOK OP WRENTHAM. 



Vi 



Contractors Plasterers. 
HILL, CHARLES W. South st. Seepage**. 
WILLARD, DANIEL G. Winter, cor. Dedham 
st. See page 15. 

Dog Kennel. 
CONANT, ROBERT H. High at., P. Seepage 
45. 

Dressmakers. 

Henrich, Mrs. Frances. Ba isq., 1'. 

McCorrison, Mrs. A. < ». Dedham st. 

Druggists. 
Gould, F. H. South st.. P. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
George, T. A. South st. 
Shepard, John F. South st. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
CONANT, ROBERT H. Highst.,P. Seepage45. 
WHITING, LUCIUS L. Westst.,S. See margin 

lilies. 

Engraving. 
BARDEN, HARRY E. South St., P. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Express Company. 
Earl&Prew. South st. 

Expressman. 
Barney, Edward C. South st.. P. 

Florists. 
LOEFFLER, JOHN. South St., P. Seepage*! 
Ruggles, Charles S. Taunton st . 

Fruit Growers. 
Hurt. John II. Messinger st. 
Part. Allen E. Franklin st. 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 
MOORE, CHARLES N. South St., P. Seepage 
48. 

Grocers— Retail. 
Freese, William E. Franklin st. 
Metcalf, Geo. B. South st. 
Redding, Frank P. South st. 
stone. ( 'urtis & Son. South si 
Thomas. ( lharles E. West st.. s. 
Thompson, H. E. South st.. I" 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
WILLARD, A. Winter st. See page 44. 
Horseshoers. 
I See also Blacksmiths. I 
BAMBERRY, ROBERT. East st. See pa-el I 
Blake. Edgar 1. William st.. s, 
Falk. Nelson. West st.. S. 
George, E. W. r. Franklin st. 
GRANT, JAMES A. Central St., TJnionville. See 

margin lines. 
KENDALL, CHARLES P. South St., P See 
margin inside hack cover. 

Ice Cream Manufacturer. 
DENNIS, ANSON M. South St., P. See page bi. 

Ice Dealer. 
Me'. raw. W. A. Taunton st. 

Insurance Agent. 

Coleman. Albert W. Fast st . 

Jewelry Manufacturers. 
Chapman <£ Harden. South st.. P. 
Gardner <S Steinheuer. Witherell Lane, P. 
Maintien Bros. A Elliot. South st.. F. 
i iln.'v. S. W. 12 Beacon, P. 
Plainville stock Co. South st., F. 
Robinson Bros., Agents. South St., F. 
Schofleld, Melcher a Schofleld. South st.. F. 

Seyi ir. Knapp. Warren Co., The. South St.. P. 

WHITING & DAVIS. (Chains, purses, and bags. 
South st.. 1'. 



Public Library, 



GUILD, B. H. 
WILLaRD, A. 



School 



See 



Jewelry Refiners and Smelters. 

Thompson & Remington South. ; West, I'. 

Lawyers. 
Warner. Samuel. < lommon ~t. 
Whitaker, E. J. South st. 

Library. 
Fast st. 
Lumber. 

West st . S. See page 1 I. 

Winter st.. See page 11. 
Lunch Room. 
DENNIS, ANSON M. South St., P. See,, 

Market Gardeners. 
Holden Bros. South st . 

Meats and Provisions. 
Emerson, Alexander. South st., P. 
( (liver, Feti jamin. West st.. s. 
Pierce, W, il. South st. 

Milk Dealers. 
Bolton, Joshua F. Madison st.. P. 
CONANT, ROBERT H. High St., P. Seepage 

45. 
Fisher. HandelP. Messinger st., P. 
GUILD, B. H. West -t.s Seepage44. 
Herring, James I . Plaiin ille. 
Marble, D. J. Wrentham. 
Maxey, Virgil R. Wrentham. 
Pond Bros. < teorge st.. F. 

Music Teachers. 
BURTON, MISS BERNICE E. i Piano.) 
st.. p. see page 13. 

Warren. Miss A. A. West Paeon st.. P. 
WEEKS, MRS. LAURA MAINTIEN. 
Mandolin, and Guitar. Bacon Sq., 
page 13. 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 
Covell, w. a. South st.. p. 
PERSONS, B. J. Southst. Seepag 
Nurse. 

Fisher, Mrs. A. S. Chestnut st.. S. 

Painters -Carriages. 
Edwards, M. I'. South st., P. 
QUIRK, JOSEPH P. Myrtle St. 

Painters— House. 
Dingman, J. F. A Son. Hancock st.. s. 
I lurfee, < reo. W. Vine si . 
Edwards, M. F. South St., P. 

Pound, Albert B G ge -t.. P. 

QUIRK, JOSEPH P. Myrtle st. 
Smith, !•'. P. Taunton si . 

Painter Sign. 
QUIRK, JOSEPH P. Myrtle st. 
Photographer. 
Pettee, G. Elmer. Dedham si 
Physicians. 
Burnett, William W. South st. 
Jenckes d Franklin. South st. 

Pleasure Resort. 
LAKE PEARL. W. 1.. Enegren, Prop'r. See front 
ci i\ or. 

Poultry Fanciers. 
Cobb. Wendell p High st. 
CONANT. ROBERT H. High St., P Se< 
Hartmann, Fred. ■rick. Off High si 
Howard. F M. William st. 
Johnson. Carl A. Myrtle st. 
King A Whiting. South st.. 1'. 
Marble, David J. High st. 
Maxey. Virgil w. Messinger st. 
Newell, Elmer F. High st. 



I Iir^lllQ. I \Jl/HITIWn \ WHITE WYANDOTTE AND RHODE ISLAND 

L»LH^IUi> U. Wni I ll\l>, ) REDS FOWLS AND ECjGS FOR SALE. 
WEST ST., SHELDONVILLE, MASS. / POULTRY SUPPLIES AND LICE KILLER. 



Dealer In Rhode hland Red,, IIITIH^ I WIJITINfi \ POlLTKi SUPPLIES 
and VMiite Wyandottes Fowls. Lvl>lUO Li TTfllllllUi - AND 

Eggs, and Chicks. ! WEST STREET, SHELDOSVILLE, MASS. I LICE KILLER. 



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Shepard, Frank N. Allen St.. P. 

STEERE, M. W. S,.uth. cor. West Bacon. Kh>.. 
Warren st., P. See page K5. 

Weber Bn is. Dedham st. 

WHITING, LUCIUS L. West st.. S. See mar- 
gin lines. 

YOUNG. ANDREW S. Blakes Hill. P. Seepage3 

Poultry Supplies. 
WHITING, LUCIUS L. West st., S. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Printer and Engraver. 
BARDEN. HARRY E. South St., P. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Public Carriage. 
Fisher, L. W. Kendrick st. 

Public Telephone. 
At Fisher's Livery Stable. Kendrick st. 

Real Estate. 
Gilmore, W. K. Franklin st. 

Shoddy Goods Manufacturers. 
Glenw 1 Mills. Mill st. 

Soap Manufacturers. 
Follett, Levi A. Burnt Swamp, s 

Stables. 
Fisher. L. W. Kendrick st. 
MOORE, CHARLES N. South st.. P. Seepage 

Stock Farm. 
CONANT, ROBERT H. Eighst.,P. Seepage45. 

Straw Goods Manufacturer. 
Brown, Daniel. South st. 



Taxidermist. 
CORBIN, FRANK 0. Southst.,P. Seepage43. 

Teaming. 
Benuett. Herbert F. South st. 
MOORE, CHARLES N. South St.. P. See page 
42. 

Variety Stores. 
Covell, w. A. South st.. P. 
Guild, Mrs. F. I. South st. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. Agent. 100 High st.. 
Boston. See page 3. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
Barstow. Elisha M. East st. 

Vinegar Manufacturer. 
FISLER, MRS. EMILY M. South, cor. Cross St., 

P. See page 4~. 

Watch Repairing. 

Davis. Sylvester J. M. Bacon sq.. P. 

Wheelwright. 
STEERE, M. W. South, cor. West Bacon. Res 

Warren st.. P. See page )'- 

Wood Dealers. 

(See also ( !oal and W I.) 

CONANT, ROBERT H. High st.. P. See page 15 
GUILD, B. H. West st., S. See page 14. 

Wood- Sawed to Order. 
FISLER, MRS. EMILY M. South, cor. Cross si 
P. See page 48. 



GEORGE W. WIGGIN, 
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

HAY'S BLOCK, MAIN STREET, FRANKLIN, MASS. 

Boston office, Room 726, Tremont Building Tremont Street. 

METCHLF E. POND ( D,D,S„ 

DENTIST. 

ALL KINDS OR GOLD WORK A SPECIALTY. 
Exchange Block, Near Central Sq., Main St., Franklin, Mass. 

HERBERT A. BESSE, D. D. S., 

DENTIST. 

OF-F-IGE HOURS, 0.3 TO 12 JK. M ANDl TO 5 F». IVI . 

A. B FLITCHER BUILDING. MAIN ST.. FRANKLIN. MASS. 

ARTHUR \A/. MARTIN, 

PIANO, ORGAN, CH AND HARMONY. 

QUEEN STREET. FRANKLIN. 

SSssssS^ 'j^mes tx. crta~nt,* spe S l s !S I0N 



i i .. i .I'.imi i . 



f 



c/ \;v4/. STRinr. 



VSIOSVILLE, MASS. 



'INTERFERING HORSES 



Lumber of . F. MEJGflLF & SONS, tt *»JttSS35S 

All KindS. FRAIMKLItM. MASS ' Canes. Mill Work. 

AND REFERENCE BOOK i >F FRANKLIN. 49 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



Was a pari of Wreiil ha mil it was incorporated a town, March 2, 1778, and named in honor 

of the distinguished celebrity, Dr. Benjamin Franklin. Located in Norfolk County, twenty-seven 
and a half miles southwest or Boston, on the Midland and Worcester divisions of the N. Y.. N. IF. and 

Hartford R. R. It is the seat of Dean Academy, a well-established and or f the must thorough 

and complete preparatory schools in New England. In area Franklin rovers -17:a square miles, and 
is the eighty-fourth place of importance in Massachusetts. The Charles River and several of its 
branches Mow through the township, affording line mill sites and water power. The- villages of 
South Franklin, North Franklin. Wadsworth, and Uniotiville are within its borders. Electric cars 
give direct communication with Woonsocket, K. I.. Medway, Medfleld, Millis. Dedham, Boston, Wren 
tham, and the Attleboros, to Fawt ucket and Providence, and to Milford. Natick, and South Framing- 
ham. Population. U. S. census 1890, 4,831. Statecensus 1895, 5,133. Valuation, real estate. 82,430,300, 
personal property. $792,845. Total. $3,223,145. Number of polls. 1278. Kate of tax. $15.00. 



FRANKLIN POSTOFFICES. 

FRANKLIN. 

HENRY A. TALBOT, Postmaster 
Office hours from 6:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Saturdays till 8:15 p. m. Sun lays 9 to 10 a. m. 
Money order department hours from ti:8il a. m. to 7:00 p. m. 
Mails open : 7:15, 9:30, 11:50 a. m.. 1:30, 4:40, 5:10, 6:40 p. m. 
Mails close : 8:50, 9:05, 11:80 a. m.. 4:15. 4:50, 7:15 p. m. 
Sunday mails close 5 p. m. 



WADSWORTH. 

E. M. wadsworth. Postmaster. 
< Ifflce hours 8:00 a. m. to 5:80 p. m. 
Mails open 9:10 a. m.. 4:30 p. m. Mails close 8:40 a. m., 1:20 p. m 



UNIONVILLE. 

JOSEPH SMITH. Postmaster. 

( Mtiee hours T a. ni. to 9 p. m. 

Mails open 9:26 a. m.. 6:55 p. m. Mails close 8:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. 

DEAN ACADEMY, 

FRANKLIN. N1ASS. 

An endowed boarding school for both sexes. First-class in all re- 
spects. A new and commodious gymnasium, fitted with all modern 
appliances, has just been completed. Income of fund expended for 
the benefit of the pupils, thereby making the 

TERMS VERY REASONABLE. 

Students admitted at anytime. For further particulars and Cata- 
logues apply to 

ARTHUR W. PEIRCE, A. B., PRINCIPAL. 

FISHERS', I OiMI^V IPURE \ Are used ill our 

Metcalf's Block, Main Street, ,^^ T TT ^ „ T x , ^,^v^c- "i ICK CREAM and SODA. 
FRANKLIN, MASS. iFRLIi r LA\ UKsl Candy fresh every day. 



HOME-MADE CANDIES* A. E. WINCHENBACH. > cigars* AsE^ikcco 
A SPECIALTY. 



ALL FRESHLY MADE 



' Central Square. FRANKLIN. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




A. G. DANA 6e SON, 

PHARMACY, DANA BLOCK. 

The Largest Drug Store and Stock 
in Norfolk County. 

Main St., Opp. Post Office, FRANKLIN. 

MRS. A. E. KING, 
NURSE. 

6 Queen St., Franklin, Mass. 



HIS. ELLH F. P1ETBHLF, 


(DRS. W. E. BARRETT, 


TRAINED NURSE, 


NURSE, 


WILL ACCEPT ALL CASES. 

COR. PLEASANT AND ALPINE STS. 

FRAINCiLIIN, - - MASS. 


15 Garfield St., 

FRANKU1N. - MASS. 


JENNIE PI. GHRIST1BN. 


15. MIME F. JACKSON, 


NURSE, 


NURSE, 


4 WEST ST., 


27 Union St., Franklin, Mass. 


Franklin, Mass. 


P. O. BOX 371. 



JOHN G 




-IVIEIR, 

CONTRACTOR PlflSOI. 

MASONRY AND 
STONEWORK 

In all Its branches, done in the 
Best Possible 'Manner, 

Estimates Furnished. 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 
R e..dence^roge 4 rAve, FRRHKLIN, IMSS. 



Send 1 1 1 • 



end me your >||»S HI A RU^HftH > Summer St., 

Work If you wish ith*«J. iti. a. niuiivn, Near Wrentham Line, 

Good I .nnwli y. | HOME LAUNDRY. ' FRANKLIN, MASS. 



LUMBER 



"'.|). F. MfTCALF & SONS. ' s & , ,S5'r:Si,.. M p°. u , , .v 

IMDS. \ FRANKLIN, MASS. ' Cases, Mill Work. 



AM) REFERENCE BOOK 01 FRANKLIN. 



51 



FRANKLIN CHURCHES. 



Baptist. Firsl Baptist Church, School si.. Rev. F. B. Sleeper, Pastor 
Congregational. First Congregational Church, Main st.,Rei I w Sneath, Pastor. 

smith Franklin Union ( Jongregat ional < Ihurch, Washington st. 
Episcopal. St. John's Episcopal Church, services at First Baptist Church, Rev, Q. W. Miner, Rector. 
Methodist Episcopal. Franklin M. E. Church, Central st., Rev. S. a Cook, Pastor. 

Roman Catholic. St. Mary's R. C. Church, Beaver, -.Main Rev, M .1 Lee, Pastor; Rev. M J. 

Sullivan. ( lurate. 
Universalist. - l-'irst Universalis) Church, Main st , Re D. M. 1 1< ■■ lu''-. Pastor, 
Chapel.— Union Chapel, Unionville, supplied from Franklin, 

FRANKLIN INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. Division No. 8.— Meets first Sunday aften 1 and third 

Thursday evening of each month at A. O. II. Hall, Morse's Block Central Square. 
Ladles' Auxiliary, Division No. 8. A. 0. H. Meets s< nd and fourtb Friday evenings of 

each month at Foresters' Hall, Central Square. 
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. Fidelity Lodge. No. 41. Meel nd and fourth 

Thursday evenings ol each month at I. 1 >. 1 >. F. Hall. Depot st 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Franklin Post, No. 60, G. A. R. -Meets second and fourth 

Monday evenings of each month at Gr. A. R. Hall, East st. 
SONS OF VETERANS. Gen. Wm. F. Draper Camp, No. 

Tuesday evenings of each month at < 1. A. R. Hall. 
WOMEN'S REL1EFC0RPS.— Franklin Corps, No. 89, W. 

evenings of each month at G-. A. R. Hall, East st. 
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.-Wonewok Tribe, No. 83, I. 

fourth Mondays of eaoh month at Red Men's Hall, Main st. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. King David Lodge, 71, I. 0. 0. F. A ts every 

Wednesday, at I.OJ >. F. Hall, Depot st. 
Daughters of Rebekah.— Lady Franklin Lodge, No. 66, D. ofR. Meets second and fourth 

Tuesday evenings of each month at [. O. O. I". Hall, Depot st. 
MASONIC— A. F. & A. M., Excelsior Lodge.— Regular communications first Monday of each 

month at Masonic Hall, Main st. 
Miller Royal Arch Chapter.- Stated convocations sei I Tuesday of each month at Masonic 

Hall. Main st. 
Order Eastern Star. Fern Chapter, No. 46.— Meets first Wednesday of each month at 

Masonic Hall. Main st. 
MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. -Griffin Court, No. 66.— Meets first 

and third Wednesday evenings of each month at Foresters' Hall. < !entral Square. 
NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTECTION. Norfolk Lodge. No. 257. Meets second and fourth 

Wednesday evening of each month at Red Mens Hall, Main st. 
ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS.- Benjamin Franklin Council. No. 47. Meets every 

Tuesday evening at Red Men's Hall, Main st. 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Franklin Grange, No. 144. Meets at Central Square Hall. 
UNITED ORDER OF PILGRIM FATHERS.- Gov. Winslow Colony, No. 84.— Meets firstand third 

Thursday evenings of each month at I. O. < ». F. Hall. Depot st. 



44, S. of V. Meets first and third 
East st. 

R. C.— Meets first and third .Moii. lay 

0. R. M. Meets second and 




VESIE'S 

STUDIO. 

Photography in all its Branches. 

Crayons, Water Colors, 
Pastels. 

All work wan-anted and prices reasonable. 

Picture Frames 

made to order from latest pattern 
mouldings. A good line of easels and 
framed pictures always on hand. 

GEO. L. VESIE, 

PHOTOGRAPHER, 

Central Square, Franklin, Mass. 



ICE CREAM SODA FRESH CANDY 

FISHER'S, MAIN ST., FRANKLIN. 



ice cream and. .a. |. WWGHENBACK»*r~5&5Sa«SS 1 

COLD SODA AT I Central Square, FRAHKLIN. > TOYS and BALL GOODS. 

ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

W. DINSMORE, FRANKLIN. MASS. 

Dealer in 



Wall Papers, 
Paints, Oi 




CARRIAGE 

PAINTING 

and ^R- M In All Their 

Artists' Materials. 

EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. 

ALFRED FARRINGTON, 

Furniture, Garpets, Stoves, and Ranees. 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, and 

COOKING OTENSILS. 

Lirfejt line in tbis vicinity of 

Will Pipers ind Window $bid?s. 

5p?ciil A?eot for 

QUAKER RAN0E5 iod STflNPftRP 
BLUE ELAflE OIL STOVES. 

Free Delivery of all Goods. Funeral 
Director and Undertaker. 




c tr im -j- ip» a l_ square 



r=-Rr. 



MRS M \. miiflOM. y i - , ^. , - 
woHh ( Ml Mi FOfl UNO '" 1 CN li, 

HTIHWO \ ALL HAND WORK, 



SIMMER STREET. 
, NEAR WRENTtlAM LINE. 
' FRANKLIN. MASS. 



WILL/AM M JACKSON I furniturerepairing in all its branches 
UNDER P0ST0FF.CE.DEP0TST..FRANKUN. MASS.' BY COMPETENT WORKMAN. 



SCISSORS GROUND AND SAWS FILED. 



AND 1:1:1 I l;i.\< I. lioOK OF I KANKUN. 



:-:; 



FRANKLIN ELECTRIC EIRE ALARM. 



BOX. 

(i. Corner ( Iross and ( !en1 ral st reets, 
8. Central street, head of Sum hut street. 
13. Corner Emmons and Main st reets. 

S3. Arlington street, near corner Wachusetl 

street. 

34. Nason's Crossing. 
82. Corner Union and Central streets. 
11. Union street, near Heaver, opposite St. 
Mary's ( Ihurch. 



BOX. 

13, Corner of Garfield and Crescent streets. 

Two Blasts Fire out. 

1 Blast Testing appai 

DIRECTN INS F< »B GIVING AN AI.AKM. 

Being sure thai a Are actually exists, ^'" to the 
nearest box, unlock, pull down the h'»'k and lei 
go. The apparatus works automatical!} t !lose 
the box and remain until the firemen arrive to 
direcl them t<> scene of the Are. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE 



BETWEEN BOSTON AND FRANKLIN. 

DISTANCE ~ri., MILES. 

Onemonth $13 75 

Twomonths 30 63 

Three months j; 50 

Children under 18 years of age, <>ne half 
above rates 



Children between 5 and 12 years of aye. 
single fare 

Five ride tickel 2 75 

Single ride ticket 69 



The communtation tickets are for one, two, and three months only, commencing any week daj 
c.st i.f 1000-mile ticket, $20.00. 



FRANKLIN 
ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 

MILFORD, ATTLEBORO, AND WOONSOCKET STREET RAILWAY. 

Cars leave FRANKLIN for W< >ONS< »CKET at 6:30, 7:00, 7:30,8:00, 8:30 a. m., then every half hour. 

Cars leave FRANKLIN for YVKENTHAM. ATTLEBORo. and PAWTUOKET at 6:30 i 
8:00, 8:30 a. m., then every half hour. 

Cars leave FRANKLIN for MILFORD at 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30a. m.. then every half hour. 

MEDWAY AND FRANKLIN STREET RAILWAY. 

Cars leave FRANKLIN for MEDWAY. (connecting with ears for Medfleld. Dedham, and Boston i 
at 6:30, ~> :00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30 a. m., then every half hour. 

WHEN YOU NEED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED, 

Any kind of Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles. Perfumery, I'orket Hooks, 
Stationery, or anything from a first-class drug store, call on us. 

HOT HND COLD SODR. THE BEST IN TOWN. 
FINE CIGARS. TOBACCO, flNO CONFECTIONERY. 
BAKER'S HND LOWNEYS CHOCOLATES ALWAYS ON HAND. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATION. 

ALBERT C. MASON, Druggist, 




Ice Cream Soda. ( 
Fresh Candy Every Day. \ 



ICECREAM 



- MKTCALl'S BLOCK, 
I Main St., Franklin. 



CREAM BY THE PLATE) A P. WINCHENBACH, I MANUFACTURER OF 

OR MEASURE. ■ vy tn\,iMcni3/\\,iM, j CO N FECTION ER Y, 

All Flavors. Richest in Town.* ICE CREAM PARLORS. ' Central Square. - FRANKLIN. 



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IM 



IHOU 



COR. MAIN AND CRESCENT STS. 

Accommodations First-Class. Board by the Day or Week. 

SPECIAL RATES TO PERMANENT GUESTS. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STEAM HEAT. 

Situated on the highest land in town. Four minutes' walk from the depot. Free carriage to house. 



S. T. CAPRON, Prop'.. 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



WATERMAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY. 

FRANKLIN, MASS. 
We do the BEST work that can be done. 

If you have not tried us, do so at once. 

Work called for and delivered in MEDF1ELD. MEDWAV, and MILL1S. 



WINSLOW'S 

FRANKLIN, UNIONVILLE, AND BOSTON 

EXPRESS. 

A General Express Business Between Franklin 

and Boston. Commissions Promptly 

Executed. 

Teaming and Tracking and Furniture 

Hoving Promptly Done by Experienced 

"Help. 

OFFICE, UNDER POSTOFFICE, FRANKLIN. 
BOXES AT OSBORNS TWO STORES, UNIONVILLE. 

15 MERCHANTS' ROW. 
139 KINGSTON ST. 



BOSTON OFFICES 



RAZEE'S 

TEAMING, JOBBING, AND 

BAGGAGE TRANSFER. 

Furniture *od Piatoo COoving. 

Office at SENTINEL OFFICE, Depot St. 
Residence, 4 RugglesSt., FRANKLIN. 



JOHND.HATCH, 

HORSESHOER and 
GENERAL BLACKSMITH. 

EAST ST., 
Franklin, - Mass. 



HILLSIDE FARM. 

WARREN H. BRIGHT, Prop'r. 

DEALER IN 

WOOD, LUMBER, 
and FERTILIZERS. 

Vegetables in their Season. 

Central St., FRANKLIN, MASS. 



McCABE 6c CODY, 

CHOICE FH7VULY GROCERIES- 

IN/IEATS AND PROVISIONS. 

AGENTS EOR UNION ST. COR. COTTAGE, 

B. M C. PL>OUR. FRANKLIN, MASS . 

J. H. RIORDAN, 

■»«?£"- FINE FOOTWEHR. 

So/0 imnt for the CRAWFORD Shoe for Men and MI/PAH Shoe for Ladies. 



Repairing Neatly Done. 



Main St., FRANKLIN, MASS. 



all work noNE by , mr S . M. A. BIGELOW, \ M Summer St. 

HAND. Near Wrentham Line, 

VOIR r-\IUON\l,l SOIK ITcl). * HOME LAUNDRY. I 



Franklin, Mass. 



Antiaue Furniture ! mum «• mm - 

H 1 1 1 1 1| U C I III IIIUIIG. \ Under Postoffice, Depot St., Franklin, 



\ Special Attention Given to Restor- 
ing and RenrnishlDg, With Trim- 
Mass. ' mings to Match. 



AND KKKKKKNi K HooK OF IKANKUN. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF- — 

FRANKLIN, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : U., Unionville : W., Wadsworth. 



Academy. 
DEAN ACADEMY. Main st. See page 19. 

Artists' Materials. 
DINSMORE, W. CentralSq. Seepage53 

Asphalt Roofing. 
STEVENS, ROSWELL K. Dean ave. Seepage 
(30. 

Auctioneers. 
Corsou. David W. X' Co. 13 Emmons. 
WHITAKER, LEWIS R. •-' Morse's Block. 

Baggage Express. 
RAZEE'S TEAMING, JOBBING, AND BAGGAGE 
TRANSFER. Sentinel office, Depot st. See 

WINSLOW'S BOSTON, FRANKLIN, AND UN- 
IONVILLE EXPRESS. Depot st. See page 

54. 

Bakers. 
Fairfield, W. A. Central Sq. 
Marouey Bros. Central Sq. 

Bands and Orchestras. 
Franklin Brass Band. Central st. 
Partridge Fife and Reed Band, opera Hoi we. 

Banks. 
Benjamin Franklin Savings Bank. Union, cor. 

( lentral. 
Dean Co.. Operative Bank. Ray's Block. Main 

St. 

FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK. Kays Block, 
Main st. 

Barbers. 
Feeley, P. D. Main st. 
.Ionian, William. Main st. 
King, E. E. Central Sq. 
Ochee, G. H. CentralSq. 
Reed & Blanchard. Main >i. 

Bicycle Dealers and Sundries. 

Hills. W. A. Central Sq, 
IRWIN, R. G. Central Sq. 
Leslie. A. L.,agt. CentralSq. 
Stewart, ('has. L. Union st. 
WILLOBY, G. H. Main st. 

Bicycle Repairing. 
Hills. F. L. CentralSq. 
IRWIN, R. G. CentralSq. 



Bill Poster. 
Pari ridge, G. I. < lentral Sq. 

Billiards and Pool. 
Riley, B. Central Sq. 

Blacksmiths. 
See also Hi irsesb-i >ei - 
Bassett, John. Union si . 
GRANT, JAMES A. Central St., U. s.-e margin 

lines. 
HATCH, JOHN D. Fast st. See page 54 
i; igers, F. A. r. Cottage st. 
Went/el. Solomon L. Pond st. 

Boarding Houses. 
Arm. Id. Mrs. P. 31. 59-61 Central. 
Coleman, 31rs. 31. F. 89 Union. 
Fish. Mrs. H. 31. I Jr. .vest,. W. 
Foster. 31rs. c. W. Washington St., W. 
JORDAN. C. D. Central si 
Keiiev. Mrs. Honora, 135 Union. 
Mason, Mrs. C. W. 38 Union. 
McFadden, Benj. Nason st. 
Tebault. Mrs. Louisa. Union st 

Bobbin Holders. 
Murdock & Geb Co. McCarthy st. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
i larter, ( >. B. Main st. 
Lesure, J. F. < lentral st. 
31. .ran. D. )'. Main st. 
RIORDAN. J. H. Main st. See page 54. 
Williams, Uriah. 9 31. -earthy. 

Boot and Glove Linings Manufacturers. 
FRANKLIN KNITTING CO. Factory, r Cottage 
extension. 

Box Manufacturers. 
METCALF, 0. F. & SONS. Central st. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
Abbott, s. s. 135 Main. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths. Etc. 
FARRINGTON, ALFRED. Centrals.) Seepage 
52 

Carriage and Wagon Maker. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy st., Mansfield. Seepage 

STEWART, R. A. Eas 



ICECREAM. /FISHER'S, METCALPS BL'K, C KL VVOKS U8ED IN 

FRESH CANDY. \ MAIN ST., FRANKLIN. Iiceckkamorsoda. 



Ice Cream Soda, /^. £. WINCHENBACH' S, J lce Cream ' Fruit ' Nuts ' 8nd 
Cool Drinks, at * CENTRAL SQUARE, FRANKLIN. I Home-Made Candies. 



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Carriage Repository. 
Henry R. 1 '< j an ave. 

Cattle Inspector. 
King, William F. Acorn l'l. 

Chiropodist. 
; . Mrs. E. F. 9 Maple. 

Cider Manufacturer. 
McPharland, .lames. Centra] Sq. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
BATCHELOR, J. W. Main,cor. Central. 
DANA, A. C. & SON. Dana's Block, Main St. 

See pageo 
IOMBARD, FELIX. Union, cor. Cottage. 
MASON. A. C. Fletcher's Block, Main st. See 



pa* 



See 



McCABE & CODY. Union, cor. Cottage, 
page 54. 

Kilev. B. Central sq. 

WINCHENBACH, A. E. Central Sq. See mar 
gin lines. 

Civil Engineer. 
Tat't. s, c. Main. cor. Crescent. 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings. 
Burns, .1 M. Main st. 
( larter, < >. B. Main st. 
Mark-. Isaac. Main st. 

Coal and Wood. 

Bourbeau, < ; 'ge. Union st. 

Haggart, a.m. < Ientral st. 
Kay. J. F. Depol -I 

rtli. E. M. Wadswortb station, W. 
Collector of Rents. 
BULLOCK, H. M. Main st. Seepage60 

Confectionery. 
BATCHELOR, J. W. Main, cor. Central. 
I '• .rl.in. i His ( '. Central Sq. 
DANA, A. C. & SON. Dana's Block, Mam st. 



See 



See page aO. 
FISHER, J. E. Main st. See margin lines. 
LOMBARD, FELIX. Union, cor. Cottage. 
MASON, A. C. Fletcher's Block, Main st. 

WINCHENBACH, A. E. Central Sq. See mai 

gin line-. 

Confectioners Manufacturers. 
Briggs, C. A. Peel 
FISrlER.J. .E Main st. See margin lines. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
' look, Bliss. Lincoln st . 
Dauphini ■ I 1 1 ■ Iross Bt. 
DAUPHiNEE, GEORuE M. 188 Central 

DUDLEY. F. E. Union, cor. Centra 

'•II s.| I st. 

William A. Elm st. 
Higginn, .1 ll Maple st. 
w ( Ientral st. 
Murphy John. '!i Pleasant 

■ i 25 Dean ave 
STEVENS. ROSWELL K. Shop, Dean ave 

Contractors Masons. 
CORBIN, CHARLES H. Central cor Cro 

erst. 
ill st. 
! ■ Pli .. ant, 
PALmli; JOHN B. • 



See 



See page 



Contractor 

Mel arthj .1 J Mi •■ 



Railroad. 



Contractor— Roofer. 
STEVENS, ROSWhLL K. Shop, Dean ave. 
Res., 5 Queen. See page 60. 

Crockery and Glassware. 
( !n iwninshield, Walter E. Main st . 
FAKRINGTON, ALFRED. Central Sq. Seepage 

Dancing Teacher. 
Razee, Nellie T. 41 Central. 

Decorator. 
DINSMORE, W. Central Sq. See page 52. 

Dentists. 
ABBOTT, E. C. Main st. 
BESSE, HERBERT A. A. B. Fletcher Building, 

Main st. See page 48. 

POND, METCALF E. Exchange Blk., Main st. 

See page 48. 

Deputy Sheriff. 
FITZPATRICK, J. B. l Morse's Rlk.. Central 
Sq. See page ~. 

Diamonds. 
GUILD. FRANK W. Opposite postoffice, Main st. 
WILLOBY, G. H. Main st. 

Dressmakers. 
Blake. Miss Alice V. 4-J Cottage. 
Brown, Cynthia J. Alpine, cor. School. 
Cullen, Mrs. M. J. 77 School. 
Daniels, Hattie A. Pond st. 
Darling, Miss Hattie A. Lincoln st. 
Dearhorn, Mrs. L. K. Main st. 
Dorris, Mrs. M. A. 3 Ray. 
Eddy, Miss Julia M. School st. 
Harris, Mrs. M. E. 6 High. 
Holbrook, Mrs. Lena. 14 School. 
Hnssey. Mrs. J. F. 3 Dean ave. 
Jillson, Miss A.ldie a. Central, cor. East. 
Metcalf, Miss M. A. 138 Main. 
Druggists. 
DANA, A. C. & SON. Main st. See page 50. 
MASON, ALBERT C. Main st. See page 58. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
Hosford, .T. K. Main st. 
Nye. Nathan ( '. Main st. 
Sanborn, Marston. Main st. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
HOWLAND & CANNEY. Prospecl St., W. See 
page 60. 

Electrician. 
I >avis, F. L. Summer st. 

Electric Light Co. 
Union Electric Light Co. I Iff ( Ientral sq. 

Engraving. 
CARR, W. H. Cottage st. See front cover. 

Express Companies. 
viuni- I-: x press Company. At N, Y.,N.H. & II 

It. R. station. 
McPharland's Franklin and Woonsockel Es 

press, i lent ral sip 
RAZEE'S TEAMING, JOBBING, AND BAG- 
GAGE TRANSFER. Sentinel office, Depot st. 

See pa 

WINSLOW'S BOSTON, FRANKLIN, AND 
UNIONVILLE EXPRESS. Office, Depot st., 

iiinler po-i. ifflce See page .M. 

Eggs for Hatching. 

HOWLAND & CANNEY. Bros t m . W. See 

, r.ii 

Felt Manufacturers. 

\ iie.i n I'll Co * Frank lin mill, i Alpine 

Place 



Hon.. I .,ni. .Ii J 

\ ll Hand W ... It, Ordnn 
■ ailed for and ret .■ > ■.• .1 



MRS. M. A. BIGELOW, f UM ^ NT l T A R M EE L V EAR 

NO MACHINERY TO TEAR. I FRANKLIN, MASS. 



Furniture 



/ \A^II_I_IAM H. JACKSON, I Mattresses Made Over 

UNDER POSTOFFICE, < 

Upholstered. \ depot ST.. franklin, mass. ' and Renovated. 

AND REFERENCE BOOK OF FRANKLIN. .7 



Fertilizers. 
Haggart, a. M. Centralst. 

Hosie, ( I 'ge S. 6 Peck. 

Ray, .lames i< Depot 8t. 

Fish Dealers. 
Paine, E. E. & Son. Central sq. 

Florists. 
KING, MRS. WILLIAM F. Acorn pl.,offChest- 

SLADE, WALTER. Central st. 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

< 'ataldo. A. .1. !■'. < 'entral sq. 
I Sole, Frank. I lenl ral st , 
Labardie, Adolph. Central St., U. 
WINCHENBACH, A. E. Central sq. See mar 

Kill lilies. 

Zunino & Gregori. Main st. 

Fruit Grower. 
PORTER, C. W. Maplest. 

Furniture and Carpets. 
FARRINGTON, ALFRED. Central sq. Seepage 

I [art i inaim. I'.. I". Depot st. 
JACKSON, WM. H. Under postofflce, Depoi st. 
Sec margin lines. 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 
Jewett. K. R. 41 Central. 

RAZEE'S TEAMING, JOBBING, AND BAGGAGE 
TRANSFER. Sentinel office. Depot st. See 
page 54. 

Furniture Repairer. 
JACKSON, WM. H. Depot St., under P. ( >. See 
margin lines. 

Gauze Bandage Manufacturers. 
WORCESTER GAUZE BANDAGE CO. Dean 

ave. See page 2. 

Grocers— Retail. 

I'.i vMialuiii Crocery Co. Main st. 

Bullukian Harry, Central sq. 

Chilson. A. B, Depot st. 

Kales. C. L. & Co. Main st. 

LOMBARD, FELIX. Union, cor. Cottage. 

McCABE & CODY. Union, cor. Cottage. See 

page 54. 
McKinnon, J. B. Central sq. 
Osborne. F. E. Centralst.. U. 
Peck & Field. 1 Main. 
Shumsky, Henry. Union, cor. Bever. 
Unionville Cash Grocery. Central st. 

Hardware. 
Hosie Bros. Depot st. 

Harness Maker. 
Kniiib. Geo. < lentral st. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
Haggart, A. M. Central st. 
METCALF, 0. F. & SONS. Centralst. See 

margin lines. 
Stetson, ii s. Maple st, 

Horseshoers. 

i See alsi i Blacksmiths, i 

GRANT, JAMES A. Centralst..!'. See mar 

gin lines. 
HATCH, JOHN D. East st. See page 54. 

< rsuilivan. 1>. F. r. of Central sq. 

Hotels. 
CRESCENT HOUSE. S. T. Capron, Prop'r. Main 

cor. Crescent. See page 54. 
Franklin House. Union, cor. Central. 
HOTEL BRIGGS. Main st. 
NEW CENTRAL HOUSE. Depot st. 



Ice Cream Manufacturers and Dealers. 
FISHER, J. E. Main st. See margin 11m 
WINCHENBACH, A. E. Central sq. See mar- 
gin lilies. 

Ice Dealers. 
Elm Farm Ice < !o. Central st., U 
Spring Pond tee « !o. Washing! 

Insurance. 
BULLOCK, H. M. Main st. Seepa 
GALLIVAN & FITZPATRICK. I M 

( lentral sq. See page 2 
•lenks, II. K. Depot st . 
Stewart, Chas. W Union st. 
WHITAKER, LEWIS R. 2 Morse's Bloc! 

tral sq. 
Woodward, I', a. Main st. 

Jewelers. 
GUILD, FRANK W. Main St., opposite P O. 
HEYWOOD, GEO. W. 25 Summer. 
Leslie, A. L, i Agt, I < lentral sq. 
WILLOBY, G. H. Main st. 

Kennels. 
Longest, C. A. Union st. 

Knitting Mill. 
FRANKLIN KNITTING MILL. Cottages! 
Laundries. 

BIGELOW, MRS. M. A. Summer St., near 

Wrenthani line. See margin lines. 
WATERMAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY. Central 
sq. See page 54. 

Lawyers. 

Doe, Orestes T. Main st. 

MARTIN, ALBERT H. Ray's Block. Main st. 

RUGGLES, H. E. Room 5, Morse's Block. Cen- 
tral sq. See page 2. 

WIGGIN, GEORGE W. Ray's Block, Mains, 
See page 48. 

Libraries. 
BATCHELOR, J. W. Main, a 
DEAN ACADEMY LIBRARY. 

Public Library. HI lean ave. 

Lithographers. 
Keliotype Printing Co. Fisher st. 

Lumber. 

Allen, 1 im. A. Suinnier st. 

BRIGHT, WARREN H. Central st. s,e page 

54. 
King, Willie W. Acorn Place. 
METCALF, 0. F. & SONS. Central st. See 

margin lines 

Tower. William E. < iTOVe st . 

Lunch Rooms. 

l'atio. F. A. Central sq 

Lunch Wagons. 

Fairfield, W. a. Main st. 
Knowlton, William E. Central sq. 

Machinists. 
i laik Machine <£ Foundry Co. Union, cor. Cot- 
tage. 
Rose, James I' Mam si . 

Market Gardener. 
BRIGHT, WARREN H. Centralst. See page 

54. 

Masons. 
See < lontractors Masons 



r. Central. 
Main st. 



DRY WOOD AND KINDUNGS 

Constantly on Hand. 



T. B. AI,I,EN, 



* School, Corner Union St., 



FRANKLIN, MASS- 



Allen's Wood and Kindlings Are Always Dry and Ready to Burn 

Delivered Free. School, cor. Union St. Franklin, Mass. 



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Meats and Provisions. 

Chilson, A. B. Depot st. 
Emerson, G. E. Main st. 
McCABE & CODY. Union, cor. Cottage. See 

page 54 
Richardson, F. M. Centra] sq. 
Scott, W. t:. Summer st. 

Medical and Surgical Glassware. 
WORCESTER GAUZE BaNDAGE CO. Dean ave. 
See page 8. 

Merchant Tailors. 
Darling Bros. Main st. 
Johnson, Nels. Main st. 

Milk Dealers. 
ADAMS, JAMES F. Lincolnst. See page 60. 
ALLEN, C. M. Summer st. 
Bacon, G W. Klin st. 
Bartlett, Berberl K. Partridge si 
Boucher, .1. .s.-pli K. Union st. 

Walter. Central st. 
Daniels, Lucius W. Pond st. 
Elm Kami Milk. Central st.. U. 

n II Maple st. 
Love, ' lharles T. King st. 

Mill Leather Supplies. 
Milliken, L. W. Central st. 

Milliner. 
Gallivan, Miss M. K. Main st. 

Musical Instruments. 
Trowbridge, F. A. Main st. 

Music Teachers. 
Griffin, Mrs. I> <■ 94 Main. 
Hosie. Mi- Jessie M '-i Dean ave 

La hi. Mi— Mary K Arlington st. 

MARTIN, ARTHUR W. I Piano, organ, and har- 
mony. ' Queen si , See page IS 
Mason. Carrie C. *•"> Cottar'. 
Razee, Bertha B. li Central 
si-. .it. Charles P. Dean Academy. 
Tracy, Miss M. T. Summer si. 

Newsdealer and Periodicals. 
BATCHELOR, J. W. Mam. cor. Central. 

Newspaper Weekly. 
FRANKLIN SENTINEL. Depot St. See page 6. 

Nurses. 
Barnes, Mrs L M IS Garfield. 
BARRETT. MRS. W. E. 15 Garfield. Seepage 

I. A I ML .11 -I 

M - :■•■ 141 ( lentral 

CHRISTIAN. MISS JENNIE. '4 West. Seepage 

1 1 \ bbie I '-H Ling Place 
Eunn ' ; I ■ hi r.'i I 
JACKSON. MINNIK P. 27Union 8eepage50. 
KING, MRS. A. E. 6 Queen BeepageRO. 
< loj M \.-..ni Place 

i i line s \.-..i n Place 

mi K Al I . MRS. ELLA F. Pleasant, cor Alpine. 

iv, , ii,. i, ,,i Mrs Helen M Union 

Nursery Stock. 

Gil '• \ I Pi ■ 



Opticians. 
Brown. O. S. 13 Emmons. 
HEYWOOD, GEO. W. 85 Summer. 

Painters- Carriage. 
DINSMORE, W. Central sq. See page 58. 
McDermott, J. H. 44 Cottage. 

Painters— House. 
DINSMORE, W. CentralSq. See page 52. 

Geb. J. A. West. cor. Xasou. 

Hutchingson, J. T. 9 Arlington. 

Mann. H. W. Crocker ave. 

ROBINSON, J. K. & SON. Central St. See 

page 60. 
Spence & Granger. Depot st. 

Painters— Sign. 
DINSMORE, W. Central Sq. See page 52. 
ROBINSON, J. K. & SON. Central st. See 
page 60. 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 
DINSMORE, W. Central sq. See page 52. 

Paper Hangers. 
DINSMORE, W. Central sq. See page 58. 
ROBINSON, J. K. & SON. Central st. See page 
60. 

Perfumes -Lazell's. 
DANA, A. C.& SON. Dana's Blk., Main st. See 

page 50. 
MASON, A. C. Main st. See page 53. 

Photo Engraving. 
Haliotype Printing Co. Fisher st. 
Photographers. 
Calkin. R. J. Depol Si 
VESIE, G. L. Central sq, See page 51. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Abbott, Solon, m Deanave. 
CROWLEY, J. M. Main si. Office hours 8 to 

9 a.m., 1 to8and 6 to8p. m. Telephone 87 I 
GALL1S0N, A. J. 8 Dean ave, l >ffice hours, 8 to 9 

a.m., l tu 2 anil 7 to 8 p.m. Tel. connection 
GaUison, J. Cashing. 8 Bean ave. 
HODGE, DWIGHT M. 100 Main. Tel. 86-2. 

Secretary of Board of Health. No regular 

office hours. 
HUSbEY, CHAS. B. (With Dr. Martin, office 

hours l he sa i Main st . 

King, George. I High. 

mARTIN, GREGORY A. Main st. Office hours, 

; I., s a I,, . i to 2and7 to8p. m. Telephone 

Ci .niiei-l i. .ii. 
RANDALL, C. H. Main. cor. Emmons. Office 
hours, 8 to ( .i a. in., l to 8 and i to 8 p. m. 
Telephone 86 5 

Piano Manufacturers. 
Trowbridge Piano Co, • Ifflce, < lentral Bq. 

Piano and Furniture Movers. 
RAZEES TEAMING, JOBBING AND BAGGAGE 
TRANSFER. Sentinel office, Depol Bt. Bee 
page 54 

Picture Framing. 
DINSMORE, W. Central sq See page 52, 
Harttmann, i: F, Depot Bt, 
JACKSON, WM. H. Depot St., under P. O. See 

margin lines 
VESIE, G. L. Central sq See page 51, 



M..i 



Opera House. 
i lentral m 



Ho H Brotheri 



Plumbers. 
Depot si 



T. B. ALUzN, HARD AM) SOU HOOD 



AND KINDLINGS. 



Residence and Yard, 

SCHOOL, cor. UNION ST., 

Franklin, Mass. 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Picture Frames. 



i WILLIAM H. JACKSON, ^r K e Variety of 

•^ Patterns to 

S Under Postoff ice. Depot St., Franklin, Mass. ' 



Select From. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF FRANKLIN. 



59 



Poulterers. 
All.Ti. David B. Pond st. 
Cleveland, Charles a. Kingst. 
Cook. Berberl A. Bullock Place. 
HOWLAND &CANNEY. Prospect St., W. See 

page 80. 
Mason, Mrs. E. M, Central st. 
PORTER, C. W. Maplest. 
Rose, W. C, Spring, cor. Washington., W. 

Poultry Supplies. 
Ray, James F. Depot st. 

Printers Book and Job. 
CARR, W. H. Cottage st. See from cover. 
JOHNSON, CARL B. Depot st. Seepages. 

Real Estate. 
BULLOCK, H. M. Main st. See page 60. 
Pond. W. A. 1 Dana Block. 

Restaurants. 
Blackmer. E. P. Central Sq. 

Roof Coating. 

(.See Contractors — Roofers.) 
Rubber Reclaimers. 

Colonial Rubber Goods Co. Fisher st. exten- 
sion. 

Saw and Grist Mill. 

METCALF, 0. F. & SONS. Central st. See 
margin lines. 

School. 
DEAN ACADEMY. Main st. See page 49. 

Scissors and Saw Sharpener. 
JACKSON, WILLIAM H. Depot st. See mar- 

HEYW00D, GEORGE W. 25 Summer. 

Soap Manufacturers. 
FRANKLIN SOAP WORKS. Dean ave. See 
margin lines, colored page. 

Spring Water. 
Gates, H. H. Maplest. 

Stables. 

Cunningham, J. G. Cottage st. 
Leonard. James F. Union, cor. Central. 
Martin, T. L. 1 Summer. 
Ware, Eugene F. Main st. 
Woolford, Frank. Main st. 

Stationers. 
BATCHELOR, J. W. Main. cor. Central. 
DANA, A. C. & SON. Dana's Block. Main st. 

See page 50. 
MASON, AuBERTC. Fletcher's Blk.. Main st. 

See page 53. 

Steamship Ticket Agent. 

Stewart, Charles H. Union st. 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, and Tinware. 

llosie Brothers. Depot st. 

FARRINGTON, A. Central Sq. Seepage52. 

Straw Goods— Manufacturers. 
BASSETT BROTHERS. Dean ave. 
Stewart. Charles. Union st. 

Surgeons' Sterilized Supplies. 

WORCESTER GAUZE BANDAGE CO. Dean 
ave. See page 2. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
ALLEN, GEORGE A. Summer St. 

Jewett, K. R. 41 Central. 



RAZEE'S TEAMING, JOBBING, AND BAGGAGE 
TRANSFER. Sentinel office, Depot st. See 
page 54 

Stewart . John J, Kin;.' Si 

Tower, W, E. Grove si 

Telegraph and Telephone Companies. 
Public Telephone. Mason's Drug store, Main si 

l ipen 7 a. in. to 10 p. iii. 

Western Union Telegraph Co N. Y . N 11 & 
II. R. R. station. 

Towel Manufacturers. 
Worcester Textile < lo. Central St., U. 

Undertakers. 
FARRINGTON, ALFRED. Central Sq. See 

page 52. 
FirZPATRICK, J. B. l Morses Blk., Central Sq. 

Upholsterers. 
FARRINGTON, ALFREo. Central Sq. See 

page 52. 
Holmer, T. J. Chestnut st. 
JACKSON, WILLIAM H. Depotat. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Variety Stores. 
Daboll, C. M. Main st. 
Marsh. Mrs. E. H. Cottage st. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY. E. L. C. N. E. agent, 100 High st.. Bos- 
ton. See page 3. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Martin. T. I.. 1 Summer. 

Wall Papers. 
DINSMORE, W. Central Sq. See page 52 
FARRINGTON, ALFRED. Central Sq. See 
page 52. 

Water Company, 
Franklin Water Co. 5 Dean ave. 

Watch and Clock Repairing. 
GUILD, FRANK W. Main st.. opp. P. I ' 
HEYWOOD, GEORGE W. 25 Summer. 
Leslie, A. L.. Agt. Central Sq. 
WILLOBY, G. H. Main st. 

Wheelwright. 
STEWART, R. A. East st. 

Window Shades and Rollers. 
FARRINGTON, ALFRED. Central Sq. See 
page 52. 

Wood. 

I See alsi ■ I loal and W I. 

ALLEN, GEORGE A. Summer si 

ALLEN, THOMAS B. School, cor. Union. See 

margin lines. 
BRIGHT, WARREN H. Central si S» 

:.t. 
Newell, Allien J. Grove si , W. 
T iwer, William E. Grove si 

Woolen Goods-Manufacturers. 



Mil 



Union st. 



American Woolen Co. i Ray' 
Hayward, 11. T. UnioD si 
\ irfolk Woolen Co. Main st. 
Raj Fabric Mills. Grove St., U 
Worsted Mills. 
Singleton Worsted Co Cottage si 
Yarn Manufacturers Woolen and Merino. 
FRANKLIN YARN MFG. CO. Factory, I 

St. extension. 

Yeast. 
Fleischmann's. J. N. Blanchard, Agt 
field. 



The Best of Dry Wood and Kindlings 



ALWAYS ON HAND 



School, comer Union St , FRANKLIN, MASS. 



FISHER'S INSURANCE AGENCY 



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PROSPECT HILL POULTRY YARDS. 

Breeders of H AMBURGS, S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS, BARRED 
PLYMOUTH ROCKS, S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS, BUFF LEG- 
HORNS, SILVER LACED AND WHITE WYANDOTTES, BUFF 
PLYMOUTH ROCKS. AND MIXED HENS. 
Eggs, fresh daily, at all seasons. Setting Eggs, $1.50 and $1.00. 

HOWLAND & CANNEY , WADSWORTH, MASS. 

R. K. STEVENS, 

AGENT FOR 

=»HAL-T ROOF" COATING 

For SHINGLE and METALLIC ROOFS. Is Fire and Water Proof. 

Residence, S QUEEN ST., \ fRANKLINi ItI 4oOi 



H. ML BULLOGK, 

REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE, LIFE INSURANCE, 
RENTS COLLECTED, 
LOANS NEGOTI- 
ATED. 



Main St., 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



JAMES F. ADAMS, 




DEALER IN 

PURE MILK AND CREAM, DELIVERED /V 

At ED WAY VILLAGE. 

Vegetables and Fruit of all kinds in their Season. 

P. O. Address. Box 262, MED WAY. 
Residence, Lincoln St., FRANKLIN, MASS. 



J. I. 



k 



CONTRACTORS, 

HOUSE PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGING. 

Work Done Promptly 

and at Reasonable Rates. 



Central St., 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



I. H. 
Mason and Builder. 

All work Promptly Executed. 

Central, Cor. Cross St., FRANKLIN, MASS. 




F. E. DUDLEY, 

Carpenter, Contractor, and Builder. 

Estimates furnished for all kinds of Car- 
lictitci Work. Jobbing promptly done. 

Stwp, Union, Cor. Central St. Residence, OS Main St 

P. O. BOX 668. 



GEO. M. DAUPHINEE, 

Carpenter, Builder, and General Jobber. 

Shop and Residence, 133 Central St., Opp. Trotting Park. 



A General Line o1 / 

DruKRists' Sundries 
al Rlfirhl Prices. \ 



GO. 



A "°s^o°sx* ""-'DRUGGISTS. 

MEDWAY, - MASS. ' wx^ * ^* 



MEDWAY, MASS. BOSTON, 32 KIL13Y ST. TELEPHONE'S: 
MEOW AY, PA.Y STATION; HOSTON, 1468. 

™61 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF MEDWAY. 



MEDWAY, MASS. 



Set aside from Med field and inem-poi-ated a town. October 24th, 1718. Located in Norfolk Count] - 
25 miles southwest of Boston, on the Charles River, and on the midland division of the X. Y.. X H 
and Hartford R. R., and includes the village of West Medway, and comprises 18.8 square miles In 
area. Electric car service gives direct communication with Caryville and MDford, Franklin, Wren- 
tham, Foxboro, the Attleboros, Pawtucket, and Providence ; also with MilUs, Dedham, and Boston 
Population. U. S. census 185)0, s.'.ik:,. stat.' census 1895, 2,918. Valuation, real .-state. $1,801,362, person 
al property, Slid. mil. Total, $1,498,056. Number of polls, 715. Kate of tax, $16.60. 



MEDWAY POSTOFFICE. 

C. P. HARDING. Postmaster. 

Office hours Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, 7:00 a. m. to 0:30 p. in.: Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday. T a. m. to 8. p. m. 

Mailsopen: 9:20 a. m., 12:30, 1:85, 4:50, 6:80 p. m. Mails close : 8:30,12:00 a.m., 1:15 p. m 



WEST MEDWAY POSTOFFICE. 

GEORGE E. POND, Postmaster. 

Office hours T a. in. to 8 p. m., Tuesday and Thursday closing at 6:30 p. m. « (pen Saturdays till 9 p. m. 
Mailsopen: 9:25 a.m., 12.30, 5:00, 6:30 p. m. Mailsclose: 8:20a.m., 12 noon, 1:25, 6:00 p. m. 



MEDWAY CHURCHES. 

Baptist.- First Baptisl Church, Main, Winthrop St.. w. M. Ret Moses Graybiel, pastor 

Congregational. -Second Congregational, Main St.. n. High, W. M. Rev. Geo. E. Sweet, pastor. 

village Congregational Church, Village St., M. Rev. Robert N. Drawbridge, pastor. 
Episcopal. -Christ Episcopal Church, School St.. Medway. Rev. Guy V. Minor, pastor. 
Methodist.- Methodist Episcopal < Ihurch, < lottage St., W. M. Rev. James P. ( Ihadbourne, pastor. 
Roman Catholic— St. Joseph R. C. Church, Village, near Broad, Medway. Key. Daniel J. Kellier, 
pastor. 



BRIGHAM HOUSE 

First-class accommodations 
for Permanent and Tran- 
sient Guests, at reasonable 
rates. Wheelmen's patron- 
age solicited. 

SAMUEL BRIGHAM, Proprietor, 

Pine St,, Medway, Mass. 



TRBVELERS Iff. 

MRS, ELIZA A. WOES. Proprietor. 

A Specialty of Transient Trade. 
Meals at all Hours. Good 
Stabling for Horses Con- 
nected with the House. 

VILLRGE STREET. OPPOSITE DEPOT, 

WEST MEDWAY, MASS. 



Wall Papers. I Q. A. GREENE & CO., .''""USft., 

Room Moulding. (Fisher's Block, Village Street, Medway. ' Glass,' Putty. 



Ha ^d a s: c ' l G. A. GREENE & CO., * U S ENT , 

Farming Tools. I FISHER'S BLOCK, VILLACE ST., MEDWAY. ( DRAIN PIPE. 



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AMBROSE, MflREflN, 

COAL and WOOD, 

TEAMING, FURNITURE 

AND PIANO MOVING, 

FERTILISERS. 

BROAD ST., 

MEDXA/AY, MASS. 



RUFUS G. FAIRBANKS, 
LAWYER. 

PRACTICE IN STATE AND U. S. COURTS. 

10 Tremont St., Boston. 
Residence, West Medway. Telephone. 



STANLEY HOUSE 

D. CAULEY& CO., Proprietors. 

Newly Equipped, Electric L>i§hts, Steam Heat, Etc. 



Rates, 

$1.50 and $2 

Per Day. 




SPECIAL 
RATES TO 



TRAVELERS. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SUNDAY DINNKKS AND PARTIES. 
ELECTRIC CABS r Ass THE DOOB. GOOD LIVEBY CONNECTED. 

Opposite Railroad Station. West Medway, Mass. 



DR. H. W. SUA W, 
DENTIST. 

01 i k I. HOURS, 8 to ts a. in. and 
i. <<> to i, i>. in. Evenings usually, 
except Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

G. A. R. Block, Village St., 

West Medway, Mass. 



VETERINARY 



Horses anil Cattle 
Carefully Treated. 

Prompt Attention 
Given to all Cases. 

Win. WALLACE, 

Res.. Mlllis. P.O. ad- 
dress. 
MEDWAY. M\SS 




SODA. 



HA WI )ING 8» CO., 

BROAD STREET, - - MEDWAY, MASS 



I /•'//»<■ Enough. 

Fount Enough. 
I FiZZ Enough. 



LUMBER OF" i 0. F. METCALF& SONS, I Shingles, Mouldings. 

r ,- ... ,, Floorings. Packing 

ALL KINDS. * Franklin, Mass. i Cases. Mill Works 

AND REFERENCE !'.<>< >K OF MEDWAY. 03 



MEDWAY INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITEO WORKMEN. Medway Lodge. No. 42. Meets first and third 

Tuesday evenings of each month al [.0.0. F, Hall. Sanf ord Block, Village St., M 
CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. St. Anthony's Court of Foresters. Meets 8 ad and 

fourth Thursday evenings of each month at Foresters' Hall. Fisher's Block, M. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC ASSOCIATION. Meets last Thurs.l:i\ of each month at (i. A 

R. Hall. Village st.. W. M. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. James H. Sargent Post. No. 130. Meets every Thursday 

evening at (i. A. R. Hall. Village st.. W. M. 
Sons of Veterans.- William A. Spencer Camp. No. 139, S. of V. 
Women's Relief Corps. -James H. Sargent, W. R. C, No. 107. Meets first and third 

Wednesday evenings of each month al <;. A. R. Hall. Village St., W. M. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF AMERICAN MECHANICS. -Meets Aral and third Thursday evenings 

of each month at Smith's Block, Main st.. W. M. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. Silver Spray Lodge. No. 268. Meets every 

Tuesday evening at Smith's Block. Main St., W. M. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OK 0D"> FELLOWS. Medway Lodge, No. 163. Meets eAerj Friday 

evening at I. O. O. J'. Hall, Sanf ord Block. M. 
Rising Sun Lodge, No. 99. -Meets every Tuesday evening at odd Fellows' Block. Main, cor 

Lincoln. W. M. 
Rosalie Rebekah Lodge, No. 116. Meets second and fourth Monday evenings of each month 

at I. (>.(». F. Hall. Lincoln, cor. Main. W. M. 
KING'S DAUGHTERS. Endeavor Circle. Meets first and third Monday evenings of each month 

at homes of members. W. M. 
MASONIC— Charles River Lodge, A. F. A. M.— Regular communications Wednesday on or before 

the full moon at Masonic Hall. G. A. R. Bldg.. W. M. 
Order of the Eastern Star.— Quinobequin Chapter, No. 67.— Meets second Tuesday evening 

of each month at Masonic Hall. G. A. B. Bldg., W. M. 
ROYAL ARCANUM. — Eureka Council, No. 5.— Meets Hist and third Monday evenings of each 

month at Smith's Block. Main St.. W. M. 
ROYAL SOCIETY OF GOOD FELLOWS.— Unity Assembly. No. 56.- Meets last Monday evening 

of every month at G. A. R. Hall. Village st.. W. M. 
SONS OF TEMPERANCE. —Medway Division, No. 125, S. of T.— Meets every Monday evening at 

Sanf ord Hall Block. M. 
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.- Meets last Thursday of every month at horn 1 

members. W. M. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



Children under 18 years of age for three 

mont hs - 

Five ride ticket 2 80 



BETWEEN MEDWAY AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 25 MILES. 

One month $13 00 Single ride ticket 57 

Two months 19 50 Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 

Three months 26 00 single fare -» 

The commutation tickets are for one. two. and three months only, commencing any week day. 

Cost of 1000-mile ticket. $20.00. 

DING, DONG, BELL! 

You will surely go and Buy 

... HBALIO ... 

This is the finest Medicinal Soap for the Skin. 

Sold only by dru££ists. 

Ask your druggist for it. 
Railroad Tickets' a A. GREENE <£ COv De a d n ^ t i° rn S n 

For Sale. \ Fisher's Block, Village St., Medway. ' for twenty-five cts. 



White and Barred and White / (1 A GREENE &* CO 



WYANDOTTE and PLYMOITH ROCK 
Incubated Chicks for Sale. 



\ Fisher's Block, Village St.. Medway. 



AGENT FOR 

Cypher's Incubators and 
Peep-o'-Days Brooders. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF- — 

MEDWAY, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : W. M., West Medway. 



Agricultural Implements. 
GREENE, G. A. &. CO. Village st. See margin 

Miles. 

Boss, Henry A Lovering St., W. M. 

Auctioneers and Appraisers. 
Cummings, !•". w. & Co. Sanford si 
SNOW, JAMES A. Broad St. 

Awl Manufacturers. 
New England Awl and Needle Co. < >ff High st.. 
W. M. 

Bakers. 
Cronk, G N High St., W. M. 
Celley, Joseph M Broad st. 

Bank. 
Medway Savings Hank. Village st. 

Barbers. 
Keni W illiam B Lincoln St., W. M. 
McNutt, Phineas. Lincoln st.; W. M, 
NOSS. N. P. Sanford si 
WHOOLEY.T. J. Broadst. 
Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairers. 
Merwin Bros Bn ad si . 

Blacksmiths. 
See also Horseshoers, 
BAKER. WILLIAM J. Franklin Bt„ W. M. 
Ide I lhai lea I- High, cor. Awl, W. M. 
LI.-. Tlmothj Lincoln si W M 

Wellington st., W, M. 
River si . 

Boarding Houses. 
' Kurch -i 
North, l» W Noi th c •■ Pine 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Bent, ' .•■ Broad -i 

Brennan. Mala. -in Lincoln 81 ,, W. M 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Madd i W M 

Bmith, \ M Halo -t W M 

Box Manufactuper. 
GREENWOOD, S. A. W I i ool 

( B PPlage Hardware. 
.1 Roller < foafe Iron I !o Village I W 
M 



Cattle Inspector. 
Whiting, Edward. P. O. address Medway. 

Cider Maker. 

Hodges. John. Brook st. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
HARDING & CO. Broadst. See margin lines. 

Civil Engineer. 
Partridge, Henrj S P. 0. address, Medway. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

See also W 1. 1 

MAREAN, AMBROSE. Broadst. See page 62, 
Marston, Daniel GL Main st.. \V. M. 
Palmer, W. L. Barber st. 

Confectionery. 
Blake & Blake. Main st.. W. M. 
HARDING & CO. Broad st. See margin lines. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
DRAPER, C. E. (Jobber.) Prospecl st. See 

margin lines, colored pages 
LONGWORTH, J. H. (Jobber.) North st. 

Contractors Masons. 
( irmiiii. Richard. Main st 
RICHARDSON, JOHN A. Main St., W M. 

Cotton Batting Manufacturers. 
Raj & W llson Village st. 

Dentist. 
SHAW, H. W. Village st. V« M Seepage02. 

Dressmakers. 
Austin, Mrs M High st.. w M 
Bent, Mrs. G, S. Village st. 
McLellan, Miss Lottie M. Lli In St., w M 

\. iri i m. I'.. ina Village st . 

Druggists. 
\iiain-~ ,v Son \ lllage, cor II Igh, w M 
dough. W. VV. Village st. 
HARDING & CO. Broadst, See margin lines. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
Bean, Mrs L. \ lllage, opp High. W M 
( llntoii Hugh \ lllage -t , w M 



I <u ii i IRTICLES, 

ri /,-/ UMES IND 
rill \ i v i an i \i s 



HARDING & CO., DMJGGISTS 



> Broad Street 



Medway. Mass. I 



L> U M B E R '0. F. (TlETCflLF & SONS,* s ^ ""■"""■«- 



OF ALL KINDS. 



FRANKLIN, MASS. 



Floorings, I'ncking Cases, 
Mill Work. 



AND REFERENCE HOOK OF MEDWAY. 



65 



Express Compan'es. 
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. " I Mason, 
agt. N. Y., N. H., & H. R. R. depot. Broad si 
Adams Express Co. Depot, W. M. 

Fertilizers. 
MAREAN, AMBBOSE. Broad st. See page 62 

Fish Market. 
Tingley, J. C. High st.. W. M. 

Florists. 
Adams, C. Thompson. Main st.. W. M. 
Cooper, II. F. John st. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Sanford Bros. Sanford st. 
Sheehan, George T. High st.. W. M. 

General Stores. 
Ellsworth & Abbott. Village si 
Hart & O'Donnell. Broad st. 

Grocers— Retail. 

Adams, J. Thomas. Village st . 
Bee Hive Grocery Co. Village 3i 
Clark, F. C. High st., W. M. 
Combs, James. Main st., W. 31. 
North. D. H. North st. 
Plainville Grocery Co. Main st.. W. M. 
Robbins, Sumner. Lincoln st.. W. M. 
.Smith, Frederick. Main st.. W. M. 

Hardware, Stoves, and Cutlery. 

Ferry, Ralph. Broad st. 

GREENE, G. A. & CO. Village st. See margin 

lines. 
Rosebrooks & Cummings. Lincoln st.. W. M. 

Harnessmaker. 
Livingston, Malcolm. Main st.. W. M. 

Hay and Straw. 
MAREAN, AMBROSE. Broad st. See page 62. 

Horseshoers. 
i See also Blacksmiths. I 
BAKER, WILLIAM J. Franklin st.. W. M. 

Hotels. 
HOTEL BRIGHAM. Pine st. See page 61. 
NEW GLADSTONE (building). Village st. 
STANLEY HOUSE. D. Cauley & Co., Proprie- 
tors. Village st.. W. M. See page 62. 
TRAVELERS' HOME. Mrs. Eliza A. Holmes, 
Prop'r. Village st.. W. M. See page til. 

Ice Dealers. 
Camp, Judson E. Caryville. 
Sanderson, J. G. Winthrop st.. W. M. 

Insurance Agents. 
FISHER'S INSURANCE AGENCY. Village St. 

See margin lines. 
Holbrook, Elmer E. High st., W. M. 
SNOW, JAMES A. Broad st. 

Jeweler. 
Upton, W. H. Village st. 

Laundry. 
WATERMAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY. Central Sq.. 
Franklin. See page ■"">(. 

Lawyers. 
DEANS, CHARLES H. Main st., W. M. 
FAIRBANKS, RUFUS G. Main st.. W. M. 10 
Tremonl st.. Boston. Telephone. See page 62. 

Library. 
Dean Library Association. Sanford hall. Village 

st. 
Medway Free Public Library. Main St., W. M. 



I »ep ■ 



Lumber Dealer. 
CLARK, S. G. Broad si , opp 
margin lines, 

Lunch Room. 
Lyden & Green. High. cor. Village, W. M. 

Machinists. 
Adams, E. A. & Co. Milford Bt.. u M 

Market Gardener. 
Bullard, W. B. Brigham Ban-, w M 
Meats and Provisions. 
Bullard, George W. Lincoln si , W. M. 
Cummings, F. w. Sanford Bt. 
Dowe, P. F. Village st.. W. M. 
Gay, William W. Main St., W. M 

Men's Furnishings. 
Burtt. John A. Main st, W. M. 

Milk Dealers. 
Hodges, F. Broad st. 
Newton, H. F. Cottage farm. \V. M 
Thompson, X. F. Summer st.. W. M 

Milk Inspector. 
Whiting, Edward. Lovering st.. W. M 

Milliners. 
Benner, Mrs. E. A. Village si 

Bullard. Miss Bertha K. Main, cor Line (ln,W. M. 
Whiting, Mrs. F. A. High st.. \V M. 

Music Teachers. 
Coombs, Alvin W. Main st.. W. M. 
Crooks, Mrs. Lillian M. Sanford st. 

Newsdealers and Stationers. 
Adams & Son. Village, cor. High. W. M. 
Bean. Mrs. I., i >, Village, opp. High. W. M. 
Clough, W. W. Village St. 

Newspaper Weekly. 
WEST MEDWAY GAZETTE. 10 High. W. M 

Nurses. 
Barton. Mrs. Elizabeth. Cottage st., W. M. 
Wheat, Mrs. Susan S. Main St., W. M. 

Overall Manufacturers. 
Winthrop Manuf. Co. Main st.. W. M. 

Orchestra. 
I iTaggs Orchestra. P. 0. a Idress, Medwaj 

Painters— Carriage. 
Langebin, II. X. Wellington 3t.\ W 
Snow, W. C. W. M. 

Painters House. 

Black, Albert. Bon 1 St., W. M. 
Clark, Asa 1. Village st. 
i liocket, G. A. Winthrop St., w . M. 
I lharles ll Village st. 

Paints, Varnish, and Oils. 
GREEN, G. A. & CO. Village st. See margin 
lines 

Patent Medicine Manufacturer. 
Lawrence, a. a. Lincoln st.. W, M 

Physicians. 
Bemis. Charles L Village St., W M 
BOYCE, ALVIN. Main St., W. M. Office hours, 

i to :: and ; to 8 p. m. Telephone. 
llamlin. Charles F. Village st. 
Mcintosh, Herbert. Sanford st 
Quint, N. P. Lincoln St., W. M. 
Sanborn, Kate. School st. 



M 



ALL KINDS OF S # G. CLARK, , Prompt Delivery in 

Building Lumber, j" Broad St., MEDWAY. I or Oat of Town. 



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Piano and Furniture Mover. 
MAREAN, AMBROSE. Broad st. Seepage62. 

Poulterers. 
GREENE. G. A. & CO. Fisher's Blk., Village st. 

Sec margin lines. 
Newhall, G. A. Main st.. W. M. 

Printer. 
Bullard, Henry A. Main st.. W. M. 

Real Estate. 
i lonverse. .1. P. l in Village. 
SNOW, JAMES A. Broad st. 

Roller Chafe Iron Manufacturers. 
NATIONAL ROLLER CHAFE IRON CO. Oppo. 
depot, w. M. 

Stables. 

Kerby, Edward. Broad si. 

STANLEY HOUSE. D. Cauley & Co., Pro- 
prietors. Village St., W. M. See page 62. 

TRAVELERS' HOME. -Mrs. Eliza A. Holmes. 
Prop'r. Village st.. W. M. See pa^e 61. 

White. II. <;. Main st.. \V. M. 

Straw Goods Manufacturers. 
Hirsh <& Peck. Church, cor. Peach. 
Hodges & ('(.. Broad st. 

Tailor— Custom. 
Indrewski, ( >. Village St.. W. M. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
MAREAN. AMBROSE. Broad st. See page 62. 



Telegraph and Telephone Stations. 
Western Union Telegraph. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. 

R. Station. 
AYest Medway Public Telephone. At Mrs. L. O. 

Bean's. Village, opp. High, W. M. 



Grant, AY. R. 



Tinsmith. 
Off High. W. M. 



Undertakers. 
KINGSBURY, S. E. Main st.. AY. M. 
Palmer, W. L. Barber st. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
WALLACE, WM. P. O. address, Medway- 
Res., Millis. See page 62. 

Wall Paper. 

Clark. A. I. Village st. 

GREENE, G. A. & CO. Village st. See margin 

lines. 

Wheelwright. 

Thompson. J. S. River St. 

Wire Manufacturers. 
Stone Mill Co. Main st.. W. M. 

Wood Dealers. 
(See also Coal Dealers.) 
Austin. C. H. Village st. 

Mann. W. ('. \ illage si 



(',,!« 



Woolen Goods Manufacturers. 

Senior & Co. Franklin st. 



B. W. FULLER, 



DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HARDWARE, 
TIN and WOODENWARE, &c. 



IN/I I 



MRS. P. K. CLARK, 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES. 

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. 

Tailor-made Suits a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. 
We solicit your patronage. MILLIS, MASS. 

STYLISH MILLINERY. 

Ladies of Millis and vicinity may find the Latest Styles at lower 
prices than elsewhere by calling on 

MRS. F. A. WHITINC, Millis. 

M rs. Whiting may be found In WEST MEDWAY two days of each week 

Hui in*.; t lu; busy season. 



INN 



BOARDING HOUSE. 

Hitnrtl hy the Day or Week. Also furnished Rooms. Special attention paid to Transients. 

ANDRbW STAFFORD. 

Curve, cor Union St., MIL.L.IS, MASS. 

PRESCRIPTIONS ' HARD,NG * co >,!M. p afffi: , s 

1 llJJUUilll IIUIIU. I Broad St., Medway, Mass. ' this particular line of our business. 



Medway, Mass. Boston, 32 Kilby St. 
Telephones: Medway, Pay Station; Boston, 1468 



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MILLIS, MASS. 



Formerly a part of Medway, situated in Norfolk County, '.':'. miles southwest of Boston, on the 

Midland divisi f the N. Y., N. H. & Hartford R. R. incorporated Feh 24, 1895. It has 12.; Bquare 

miles in its territory and includes the village of Rockville. Connected directly bv electric road with 
Medway and Medfleld to Dedham and Boston. Population, state census 1895, 1006 Valuation, real 
.■state $651,285; personal property $72,105 ; total 8723,390. Number of polls, 256. Rate of tax, $15.50 



MILLIS POSTOFFICES. 

MILLIS. 

J. B. DANIELS. Postmaster. 
Office hours 7 a. m. to 8:30 p. m., closing 7 p. m. Thursdays .Mails open 9:30 a. m.. 12:30, i : 15,4: 15, 

6:40 p. m. Mails close 8:30 a. m., 12 m., 4:0(t, 0:10 p. m. 

ROCKVILLE. 

F. SAVARMAN, Postmaster. 
Mails open 9:45 a. m., 5:15 p. m. Mails close 8:15 a. m.. 3:15 P. m. 



MILLIS CHURCHES. 



Congregational.— First Congregational, Exchange St.. Rev. A. II. Wh selock, pastor. 



MILLIS INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

HOME CIRCLE. -Anchor Council, No. 75.— Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each monthat 

Xiatrara hall. , . 

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY— East Medway Grange, No. 112, P. of H. Meets first and third 

Wednesday of each month at Gran ;e hall. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



BETWEEN MILLIS AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 22 Mill S. 

One month $13 75 

Two months 19 15 

Three months 25 50 

Children under 18 years of age, three 

months 16 00 

The commutation tickets are for one. two, and three months only, commencing from any week day 

Cost of 1000-mile hook. $20.00. 



Five ride ticket ~ 

Single ride ticket 51 

Children between 5 ami 12 years of age 

single fare -' ; 



EDWARD Ufl GR0IX, 

Plumbing and Steam Fit' 
ting, Hot Water Heating, 

AND DEALER IN 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Oil and Gaso- 
line Stoves, Stove Pipe, Drain Pipe, and 
Pumps. The Aermotor Pumping and 
Geared Wind Mill. Agent for the Bay 
State and Dirigo Hot Water Heaters. 
Stoves Stored for the Summer. 

Main St., Millis, Mass. 



E. R LOVELL, 

Contractor Painter 

House Painting, Interior 
Finish, and Paper Hang- 
ing. All Work Promptly 
Attended to. Estimates 
Cheerfully Given. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 
CURVE STREET, - - MILLIS, MASS. 



LUMBER '.0. F. METGALF & S0NSJ«JBH , ftJ!S , cS8 

OF ALL KINDS.* Franklin, Mass. ' Mill Work. 



Building Materials. 



1 S. G. CLARK, 

( Broad St., opposite station, Medway, Mass 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



MILLIS, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : H.. Rockville : E. ML, East MHUis. 



Auctioneers and Appraisers. 

Dean, ( >sg 1 T. Daniel st. 

THRASHER, GEO. C. Main St., Q. Medfield line. 
See page 69. 

Barbers. 
ROWELL, W. D. Exchange st. 

Blacksmiths. 

S also Horseshoers. 

s, Edwin T. Pleasant St., R 
Shannon Jeremiah ll Exchange st. 

Boarding Houses. 
Rowell, Mrs. Anna A Plain, cor. Lavender. 
SHEPARDSON, MRS. GEORGE K. Union St., 

opp E M i: i: Btatdon. 
STEEL EDGE INN. Andrew Stafford, Prop'r. 
E. ML See pa- 
Boot and Shoe Dealer. 
CLARK. MRS. F. R. Exchange St., a. depol 
pa i 61 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Herman, Joseph M. & Co. Easl Millis. 



Bottlers. 
< Ucquol < Hub Bottling a Extract < !o. 

Milli- 
LA CROIX, CHAS. Main, cor. Pleasanl 

Contractors Carpenters. 
1 1,11 i Slain Bl 

WHITING, W. W. Exchange -i 



Easl 



Folsom, John s. 



Dentist. 
Exchange st. 



Dressmakers. 
CLARK, MRS. F. R. Exchange St., n. depi >t. 

See page 66. 
WIGHT, LELIA M. Exchange st. 

Druggist. 
BROWNE, ALBERT A. Exchange St., n. depot. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
CLARK, MRS. F. R. Exchange St., n. depot, 
See page •>•>. 

Electric Goods and Supplies. 
Hollands, Curtis. Spring st. 

Express Company. 
A<lan is Express Company, Depot, 

Fancy Goods. 
CLARK, MRS. F. R. Exchange St., a, depol 

Felt Manufacturers. 
White <S Follett. I Packing i Rocln llle 

Fish Dealer. 
Thorn, w ll Exchange si 

Flour and Grain. 
THORNE BROTHERS. Exchange St., n depot. 

Furnaces. 
LACROIX, EDWARD. Main st. Seeps 
Furniture and Piano Movers. 



Carrlagesmlths. 


THORNE BROS. Exchange Bl 


Phillips i ' i i Kchange Bl 


General Stores. 


Cattle Inspector. 
Mta n 1 i. M 


FULLER, B. W. Exchange st. Seepa 
Keith, i ■! Baltimore Bl R 
SLAYTON, GEORGE C. See page 89. 


Coal and Wood. 


Grocers Retail. 


,i o Wood 


FULLER, B. W. Exchange si Seepa 


rHORNl BROl HERS, i ^change K n depol 


SLAYTON, GEORGE C. Bee page B9 



■ ■ I nn n ■- r-fc S. <i CLARK, (SHINGLES. 

IIYIRFI? Bro, .(I St.. opposite station,- CLAPBOARDS 

^ w ■" ■**■—■% ■ \ Mclw.iv. Mass. ' 



LATHS. 



L-UIVI 



KINDS. 



0. F. METCALF & SONS. 

FRANKLIN, MASS. ' 



Shingles, Mouldings, 

Floorings, Packing 

Cases, Mill Work. 



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69 



Horseshoers. 
i Sec also Blacksmil lis. i 
Rogers, K.I win 'P. R. 
Shannon, Jeremiab II. Exchange si 

Hot Water Heating. 
LACROIX, EDWARD. Main st, See page 67. 

Ice Dealer. 
Brown, James C. Plain si . 

Insurance. Agents. 
Clark, W. P. Pleasant St., R. 

Dean, < »sg 1 T. Daniels st. 

Townsend, .lames. Bridge si. 

Kennels. 
Bulldane Kennels, Main, cor. Pleasant. 

Laundry. 
WATERMAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY. Central 
Kq.. Franklin. See page 54. 

Library. 
Millis Free Public library. Exchange st. 

Lumber. 
WHITING, W. W. Exchange st. 

Meats and Provisions. 
CLARK, FRANK R. Exchange st. 

Milk Dealers. 
Brown, J. C. Plain st. 
Peckham, J. L. Main st. 
Townsend, .lames. Dover st. 

Milliner. 
WHITING, MRS. F. A. Opposite depot. See 
page 66. 

Music Teacher. 
WARE, MRS. INEZ A. Spring St., N. Main. 

Nurses. 
Howe. Mrs. L. M. Main st. 
Simmons, Mrs. Eubsubie. Bridge st. 

Organ Manufacturer. 
Holbrook, E. L, (Church.) Main st. 

Organ Pipes and Materials— Manufacturers. 

WARE, AUGUSTUS L. Spring, cor. Main. 

Ware. Mareellns A. Main st. 

Painters—House. 
LOVELL, E. F. Curve st. See page 67. 
Mayers, George L, Lavender st. 
Wright, Walter S. Pleasant st.. R. 



Paper Hanger. 
LOVELL, E. F. Curve Bt. See pat 

Paper Manufacturers. 
Franklin Paper Mill Rock* ille. 

t J, miner. ge Pall n '■ Si . P. 

Piano and Furniture Mover. 
THORNE BROS. Exchan 

Plumbers. 
LA CROIX, EDWARD. Mainst, See pagi 

Poulterer. 
Brackett, Charles G. Daniels, cor. Irving. 
Sanitarium. 

.letters.. ii. Pr. II. P. Pi. I 

Steam and Water Pipe Fitter. 
LACROIX, EDWARD. Mainst. See paf 

Stock Farm. 
Jefferson Stock Farm. Ridge st. 

Stoves and Ranges. 
LACROIX, EDWARD. Mainst. See page 6; 

Teaming and Trucking. 
THORNE BROTHERS. Exchange St., n. depot. 

Telegraph and Telephone. 
PUBLIC TELEPHONE AT B. W. FULLER'S. 

Exchange st. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. Office at N. Y., 

N. II. A II. P R. station. 

Undertaker. 
RICHARDSON, E. F. Exchange, next to Cong 
Church. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. Agent. 100 High, Bos- 
ton. See page 8. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
WALLACE, WILLIAM. P. I >. address, Medway. 
Res., Millis. See paj e 62 

Wheelwright. 
Phillips, l" i >. Exchange st. 

Wind Mills. 
LACROIX, EDWARD. Mainst. See pat 

Wood Dealer. 
THRASHER, GEORGE C. Main st. n. Medfield 

line. See pa 



GEORGE C. SLAYTON, 

Choice Family 

... GROCERIES ... 

Large Variety of Canoed 

Goods, Teas and Coffees. 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

MILLIS, MASS. 




GEORGE C. T 



Auctioneer 

and 

Appraiser. 

Sales held in any part of the state. 

Hard and Soft Wood in 4- ft. 

lengths, or ready for use. 



IVI 



.1: 



IVI. 



■ iiunrn / s - G ci-ark, » shimgles. 

Lt IflBt Kl » Broad M S ad^. O M t a e S s Station '.-Cl,f\PB0f\RDS. LflTtlS. 



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M. H. BLOOD. 



L. W. BLOOD. 




BLOOD BROTHERS, 

Flour, Grain, Baled Hay, 



Bradley's Fertilizers, Farming Tools, and Hardware. A Specialty in Se- 
lected Vermont Cows. Terms Cash at Lowest Prices. 



Park Street, 



Med fie Id, Mass. 



A. E.WIGHT, M.D.V., 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Dogs Boarded and Treated. 
North Street, Medfield, Mass. 

Telephone, No. 7-6 Walpole. 



WILLIAM H. GARFIELD, 

Proprietor 

LINCOLN INN. 

Board by the Day or Week. 

Dealer in 

GROCERIES. CIGARS. AND CONFECTIONERY. 



Railroad St., 



Medfield Junction, 



Mass. 



AMOS H MASON. 

Manufacturers' Agent for 

Agricultural implements. 

A I HO 

High Grade Lawn Mowers, Etc. 

All Implements Guaranteed. 

Norm SI., medfield, mass. 



FRED. M. SMITH, 

6arriao6, Sion, 



and 



Ornamental fainter. 

At Baker's Carriage Factory, 
Short St., 




Park Street, Opp. Depot, 



NATHAN CRANT, 

Headquarter! for Gentlemen's Driving, Fam- 
ily, l.iglit and Heavy Team 

HORSES, 

Carriages, Har- 
ness, and 
Horse Clothing. 
Livery Feed and 

Sale Stable. ■■&$&& ,;^r 

Medfield, Mass. 




<..ni* Furnishing*, n-.%-,j. J. CUNNINGHAM, \ Cigars, Tobacco, and 

eltles, it-. Up-to-date Department Store, Smokers' Supplies, 
Footwear. Also repairing. ) North St., Medfield. ( Novel*, Statl ry. Etc. 



Medway. Mass. Boston, 32 Kilby Street. 

Telephones: Med way, Pay Station; Boston, 1468. 



AND REFKKKNCK BOOK OF MEDFIKU>. 



MEDFIELD, MASS. 



Was apart of Dedham and called Dedham village until it was Incorporated May 22, 1860. In 
Norfolk Conn ty. 20 miles southeast of Boston. 9 miles fn >in Dedham, and 9 miles from South [ ram 
Ingham, on the Northern and Midland divisions of the N. Y.. N. II. & II. R. K. In area ii comprises 
19.1 square miles, including the village of Harding, and is one of the mosl delightful and pici uresque 
of Boston's suburban towns, and as a place of residence has unusual attractions An electric road 
passes through the town connecting with Millis. Medway, Franklin. Wrentham, Attleboro, Milford 
to the south, and Dedham to Boston on the north. Medfleld Insane Asylum, a state institution, i- 
located here. It has a large tract of land, elegantly laid out, with many fine buildings. Medfleld 
population. U. S. census 1890. state pensus 1890. Valuation, real estate, $1,109,199, personal 
property, S2t>4.'.)T:5; total. $374.1 7 -J. Number of polls. :>l:J. Kate of tax, $12.00. 



MEDFIELD POSTOFFICE. 

HENRY J. DUNN, Postmaster. 
Office hours. 6 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 6 a. m. to 8:80 p. m., Tues 
days. Thursdays, and Saturdays. Holidays. 6 to lu a. m, and 4 to 7:80 p. m. 

' Mails open: 7.15, 9:00 a. m., 5:15, 7:00 p. m. Mails close : 6:30, 8:30 a. m.. 12:30, 1:30, 6:30 p. m. 



HARDING POSTOFFICE. 

ALBERT A. LOYELL, Postmaster. 
Office hours, from 7 a. m. to 9 p.m.: Sunday hours, from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m., and 5 to 9 p. 
Mails open. 9:00 a. m., 4:30 p. in. 
Mails close. 7:30 a. m.. VZ noon, and 6:00 p. m. 



MFDFIELD CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— Baptist Church, Main, cor. South. Rev. Silas S. Mors.', pastor. 
Congregational.- Second Congregational Church, Main st. Rev. I.. M. Pierce, pastor. 
Koman Catholic— St. Edwards Parish. K. < '. Main st. \u-\ . J. A. Donnelly, pa-tor. 
Unitarian.— Unitarian Church. North st. Rev. .1. A. Savage, pastor. 

Established 1835. 

ROBT. W. BAKER, 

Successor to J. H. BAKER <St CO. 
MANUFACTURER OF 



Business Wagons. 

MEDFIELD MEAT WAGONS 



A SPECIALTY, 




Repairing in all its Branches Promptly 
Attended to. 

Short Street, Medfield, Mass. 

"-as.lBS' "'. CHESTER W. GARFIELD, .; ' 

JOBBING A SPECIALTY. \ MEDFIELD Jl NCTIO.N, MASS. I ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



PLUMBING, STEAM AND j CHESTER W. GARFIELD, I FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. 

H ° T yo^lNG^SiALTY. >' Medfield Junction, Mass. ' estimates given. 

72 ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

NORFOLK WESTERN STREET RAILWAY CO. WAITING ROOM. 

E. B. SNOW 6c SON. 

COFFEE AND LUNCH ROOM. fS^Sm^ii^lh'^St&l 



MONK'S BLOCK, 

Cop. North and Main Sts. 



MEDFIELD, MASS, 



MEDFIELD AND BOSTON EXPRESS. 

Baggage and Freight promptly delivered at reasonable rates. 

\ 128 State St 




Telephone, 1135. Boston. 



Residence, MEDFIELD 
WILLIAM F. WEIKER. Prop'r, 



Offices < 71 Kingston St., l - BOSTON. 
/ 33 Providence St., \ 



Main St., MEDFIELD, MASS. 



IN/I BER, 




PRACTICAL MACHINIST AND DEALER IN BICYCLES 

AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES. Repairing neatly and 

promptly done on Sewing Machines. Bicycles, 

Lawn Mowers, Etc. 

E. Main St.. - - - MEDFIELD. MASS. 



AUONZO 



PARKI 




FURNISHING UNDERTAKER and 
EMBALMER. 

Carriages and Flowers Furnished. 

TELEPHONE, WALPOLE, 28-6. 

84 East Main St.. Medfield, Mass. 



FRANK W. CUTTER, 

Horsesnoer. 

and 
_ General 
^ • Blacksmith.. 

SHOP, Pleasant St., 

MEDFIELD, - - MASS. 




JOHN R. BENNETT, 




SHAMPOOING 

AND 
SINGEING. 



Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. 
Main St., MEDFIELD, MASS. 



Raymond Weiker, 

ICE. 



NORTH ST. 




MEDFIELD, MASS. 



JOHN J. KELLY, 

HORSESHOER and JOBBER. 



AGENT FOR 

REMINGTON BICYCLES. 



Shop, Janes Avenue. 



P. (X Box 574. 



MEDFIELD, MASS. 



<.. lit*- Fnrnlfthlnga, n->* i J.J. CUNNINGHAM, ( Cigars, Tobacco, and 

• in.-, it.. Up-to-date - DEPARTMENT STORE, Mmokera' Supplies. 

I •••>) w • ., i . klso repairing. 1 North St., Medfield. / Novell, Stationery, etc. 



LUMBER a°l f l KINDS !-°- F - Metca " & *«*l mm ^unu? mm ' 

JJUlflDUll ALL 1V1UJJU. | FRANKLIN. MASS. 



PACKING CASES. 
IN/Ill-L. NA/ORK. 



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MEDFIELD INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. Medfleld Lodge, No. 40. A. 0. U. W. Meets second 

ami fourth Monday evenings of each month al GF. A. R. hall. Main Si. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Moses Ellis Post. No. 117, G. A. R. -Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings of each month al <; a. K. hall. Main St. 
E. V. Mitchell Camp, Sons of Veterans. Meets first and third Monday evenings of each 

month at G. A. R. hall. Main St. 
Woman's Relief Corps. Independent auxiliary to the Moses Ellis Post. Meets first and 
third Tuesday evenings of each month at G. A. R. hall. Main St. 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY. -Medfleld Historical Society.— Meets first M lay evening of each month 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OFODD FELLOWS. Medfleld Lodge, No. 216, I. 0. 0. F.— Meets every 

Friday evening at Thayer hall, Main, cor. North St. 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. -Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each month at G. \ R 

hall. .Main St. 
ROYAL ARCANUM.- Mount Nebo Council.— Meets first and second Monday evenings of each month 

at Thayer hall. Main. cor. North St, 
WOMAN'S CLUB. —Meets first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at Thayer's hall, Main, cor. 

North St. 



MEDFIELD ELECTRIC CAR SERVICE. 

NORFOLK WESTERN STREET RAILWAY CO. 

Cars leave Medfleld for Dedham 6:80 a. m., then every half hour till 10:45 p. m. Sunday, first car, 
T :20 a. m., last car, 9:45 p. m. 

Cars leave Dedham for Medfleld at t J : OO a. m., then every half hour till 12:00 p. m. Sunday, first 
car, 7:00 a. m.. last car, 11:00 p. m. 

Cars leave Medfleld for Medway, Franklin, and Milford at 5:40 a. m., then every half hour till 
12:40 a. m. 

Cars leave Medway for Medfleld at 5:45 a. m.. then every half hour till 12:45 a, m. 

Sunday cars leave one hour later in the morning, and last oar leaves one hour earlier. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



BETWEEN MEDFIELD AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE VIA WALPOLE 23 MILES. 



One month $ 9 00 

Two months 16 88 

Three months 22 50 

Children under 18 years of age, three 

months 14 00 

The commutation tickets are for one. two, and three months only, commencing from any week day. 

and are from Medfleld Junction onrj 

Cost of 1000-mile I k $20. 



Five ride ticket (via Walpole Junction) .. . ■: :;.". 

Single ride ticket (via Walpole) 58 

Single ride ticket (via So. Pramingham) . . 72 

Single ride t tcket I via Mansfield > ~-' i 




C. F. BRUCE & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



MEATS and PROVISIONS, 

CHICAGO DRESSED BEEF, 

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Canned 
Goods. 



Janes Ave. 



MEDFIELD, MASS. 



PLUMBING, STEAM and /CHESTER \V. (iAKFlELI), first-clam hork our- 
HOT WATER FITTING, j medfield junction, mass. I estimates given. 

5 



PLLMBINO. STEAM AND/ CHESTER W GARFIELD ( Estimates 0iven - Firs t- 
HOT WATER FITTING. \ Medfield Junction, Mass. I Class Work Guaranteed. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF 



MEDFIELD, MASS. 



Agricultural Implements. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. Park st. SeepageTO. 
MASON, AMOS H. Northst. SeepageTO. 

Barbers. 
BENNETT, JOHN R. Main st. See pa*."' 72 
BINKHOURST, A. C. North si Seepage75. 

Bicycle Dealers and Supplies. 
Ames. F. T. Janes ave. 
PEMBER, J. H. East .Main st. Sen page 72. 

Bicycle Sundries and Repairers. 
KELLY, JOHN J. Janes ave. See page 72 
PEMBER, J. H. East Main st. See page 72. 
Blacksmiths. 
i Sim. also Borseshi lers. I 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Shortst. See page 71. 
CUTTER. FRANK W. Pleasantst. Seepa 
DEAN, ALBERT A. West St. 
KELLY, JOHN J. Janes ave. See page 72. 

Boarding Houses. 
Landrick, Mrs. Robert. East Main st. 
LINCOLN INN. William II. Garfield, Prop'r. 

Railroad St., Medfleld Junction. See page fo. 
McLaughlin, Mrs. Diary. North st. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
ABELL, EDWARD H. (Agent tor Lewando's 
Dyeing and < lleaning Establishment. I North st. 
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN J. North st. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Business Wagon Manufacturer. 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Shortst. Seepage! 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
T1SDALE, ALFRED B. Easl Main st P. 0. 
Medfleld Seepage6 

Carriage Manufacturer. 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Shortst. Seepage71. 

Carriage Dealer. 
GRANT, NATHAN. Parks! Seepage70. 

Carriage Smiths. 
BAKFR, ROBERT W. Short st. Seepa 
CUTTER, FRANK W. Pleasantst. Seep 

Cattle Dealers. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. (Co* Part St. See 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN J. Norths! See mar 

GARFIELD, WILLIAM H. 
Held Junction. Bee pa 

SNOW. L. B. k SON. Man, C01 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
i M North si. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. I»ai Ic Si • • pa [i 
.i E. & 1 :o Bpi in-- -i off Ma 



Railroad b1 . Med 
North. See 



l.ol, 



Confectionery. 
GARFIELD. WIL1 IAM H. Railroad st . Med- 
fleld Junction. See page TO. 
SNOW. E. B. & SON. Main. cor. North. See 
page 7-2. 

Contractors— Carpenters. 

Cole. J. Allen. Miller St. 

Condon, Eldridge. Green st. 
Harding. Nathan F. Northst. 
Kingsbury, Waldo E. Pleasant si. 
Wight, Fred .1. Railroad st. 
Wight, Jonathan G. Railroad st. 

Contractors— Heating. 
GARFIELD, CHESTER W. Railroad St., Med- 
fleld Junction. See marginlines. 
Contractor Mason. 
Donlan, Timothy. Spring st. 
Dentist. 
Warning, Freeman E. East Main st. 

Dressmakers. 
GRIFFIN. MRS. KATHERINE E. 21 Pleasant. 
Johnson, Mrs. Agnes, Easl Main st. 

Druggist. 
Keyou. E. .T. North st . 

Dry Goods. 
ABELL, EDWARD H. (Agent tor Lewando's 
Dyeing and Cleaning Establishment, i North st. 
Crocker, E. C. North st. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. Park st. SeepageTO. 

Embalmer. 
PARKER, ALONZOB. 84 East Main. Seepage 

Express. 

PARKER'S DEDHAM & BOSTON EXPRESS. 
Office, Washington si . Dedham. Res., Easl 
Main st., Medfleld, See page 78 
WEIKER'S MEDFIELD & BOSTON EXPRESS. 
Win, r. Weiker, Prop'r. See page 78. 
Fertilizers. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. Part st. 8eepage70. 

Flour, Grain, and Hay. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. Park St., SeepageTO 

Fruit and Vegetables. 
BRUCE, C. F. & CO. Janesave. See,,;, 

Furniture. 
i >rd, Jame Ea j1 Main b1 

Furniture and Piano Mover. 

I !0X, William South st, 

Grocers. 
I No i i m & i !o North si 
GARFIELD, WILLIAM H. Railroad st.. Med 
field Juncl ion See page TO. 



(.••Ms Furnishings. Novelties, I J. J. C KJ IM IM I fM G 1-1 A rVl , i Clears, Tobacco, and Smokers 
CtC. Ip-to-fldte Jootvcdr. DkPARTMbNT STOKI:, Supplies. Novels, Stationery 

Also Repairing. \OHIH STRBBT, MBDPIELD. I Etc 



LUMBER OF ALL 
KINDS. 



0. F. METGALF & SONS, 

* FRANKLIN, MASS. 



SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, 

FLOORINGS, PACKING 

CASES, MILL WORK. 



AND REFERENCE Hook OP MKDFIELI) 



;.-, 



Hairdresser. 
< Sep also Barbers. I 

BINKHOURST, A. C. (La s and children.) 

North st. See page 75. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
BLOOD BROTHERS. Parkst. Seepage70. 

Harness Makers and Dealers. 
Caldicott, Geo. W. North st. 
GRANT, NATHAN. Park st. See page 70. 

Hat Manufacturers. 
Excelsior Straw Works. Edwin v. Mitchell & 
Co. North st. 

Horseshoers. 
i See also Blacksmiths. I 

CUTTER. FRANK W. Pleasantst. See page 72. 

DEAN, ALBERT A. West st. 

KELLY, JOHN J. Janesave. See page 72. 

Horse Dealer. 
GRANT, NATHAN. Parkst. See page 70. 

Hotel. 
MEDFIELD INN. Z. T. Harrington, Prop'r. 
North st. See back cover. 

Ice Cream Manufacturers. 
SNOW, E. B. & SON. Main, cor. North. See 
page 72. 

Ice Cream Parlors. 
SNOW. E. B. & SON. Main. cor. North. See 
page 72. 

Ice Dealer. 
WEIKER, RAYMOND. Northst. Seepage72 

Jeweler and Watch Repairer. 
Dunbar. E. H. Northst. 

Laundry. 
WATERMAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY. Central sq.. 
Franklin. See page 54. 

Lawyer. 
He wins, James. 92 Main. 

Lunch Rooms and Restaurants. 
Rhodes, Miss Emma F. E. Mam st. 
SNOW, E. B. & SON. Main. cor. North. See 
page 72. 

Machinist. 
PEMBER, J. H. East Main st. See page 72. 
Meat and Milk Wagon Manufacturer. 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Short st. See page 71. 

Meats and Provisions. 
BRUCE, C. F. & CO. Janesave. See page 73. 
Bollard. Edmund. North, cor. Green. 

Men's Furnishings. 

ABELL, EDWARD H. (Agenl Eor Lewando's 

Dyeing and Cleaning Establishment. I North si 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN J. Northst. See margin 

lines. 



Milliner. 
Hardy, .Miss May E. Pleasant st. 

Newsdealer and Periodicals. 
Harding, ll. II. E. Mam st 

Newspaper Weekly. 
FOXBORO REPORTER. Medfield Edition 
Fridays. J. H. Allen. Prop'r. Foxbor ■ 
inside front cover. 

Painters Carriage. 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Short st. See pa 
SV1ITH, FRED. M. Short st. See pa 

Painters— House. 
Babci >ek's. Lowell, Son. South st . 
( Hark, Henry. Smith st. 

Painter Sign and Ornamental. 
SMITH, FRED. M. Northst. Seepage70. 

Photographer. 
( 'hamberlain. E. Frairy st. 

Physicians. 
FULLER. CHARLES M. East Main st. Office 
hours usually until 9a.m., and from 1 to 2 
and ti to S p. in. 
Mitchell. Arthur. Main st. 

Plumbers. 
GARFIELD, CHESTER W. Railroad st.. Ale! 

field Junction. See margin lines. 
Preston, W. W. Main st. 

Printer. 
Spear, Stillraan J. North st. 

Sewing Machines. 
PEMBER, J. H. East Main st. See page 72. 

Stable. 
GRANT. NATHAN. Park st. See page 70. 

Stationer. 
CUNNINGHAM, J. J. Northst. See margin lines. 

Steam and Gas Fitter. 
GARFIELD. CHESTER W. Railroad St., Med 

Held Junction. See margin lines. 

Undertaker. 
PARKER, A^ONZOB. 84 Hast Main. See page 72 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. Agen . 100 High, Boston. 

See page :!, 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

WIGHT, ALEXANDER E., M. D. V. Northst 
See page 70. 

Wagon Manufacturer. 
BAKER, ROBERT W. Shortst. Seepage;! 

Wheelwright. 
Spaulding, Charles W .lanes ave 

Wire Manufacturer. 
MARSHALL, WILLIAM CO. Frairy st. 



BINKHOURST, 

TONSORIAL PARLORS. 

cal.l \a/h e" ini vou \asaimt 

a good ci_e:aim sihave, 

Refreshing Shampoo, or Stylish Hair Cut. 

A. Free Shampoo Witli Every Hair Cut. 

Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. 

a E x T To E. V. MITCHELL & CO.'S STRAW SHOP, 

NORTH STREET, MEDFIELD, MASS. 

CHF^TFO W/ (1a f?FIFI n I EXPERT PLUMBER. steam and hoi 
U "^' _r!*\ y/A/Vi^ ICL^U, WATER FITTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 




MEDFIELD JUNCTION, MASS. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



CHESTER W. GARFIELD, l**™\£™™™^*£!? Lh g D HOT 

Medfield Junction, Mass. ' work guaranteed, estimates given. 



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CARRIAGE AND H A 



Stanhopes, Gardards, Piano Box Buggies, 
Boston Gigs, Beverly and Democrat Wagons, 
Concord and Eun-Abont Buggies in Pneumatic, 
Hard Rubber, and Steel Tires. Extension and 
Canopy Top Surreys. Agent for 
MAYER'S CELEBRATED CARRIAGES 
ASK TO SEE THE 
CELEBRATED STAR POINTER, 
Bay State, and Lockwood Special. Gentle- 
men's Driving and Road Harness We sell our 
goods as low as any concern in the state An 
examination of goods and prices will convince 
you. 

J. P. W1MS, 

WASHINGTON STREET, - - - DEOHAM. 




C. H. J. KIMBALL 

SUCCESSOR TO STERNS BROTHERS, 



INSURANCE. 

47 KILBY STREET, BOSTON. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 



Winthrop Street. OAKDALE, DEDHAM. 



CONNECTED WITH BOSTON OFFICES OF 

MERCANTILE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., OF BOSTON. 

HAMBURC-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF HAMBURC, CERMANY. 

PRUSSIAN NATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF STETTIN, CERMANY. 
READINC FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF READING, PA. 

ALBANY INSURANCE CO., OF ALBANY, N. Y. 



ALSO, DEDHAM AGENT FOR 
ROYAL INSURANCE CO., OF LIVERPOOL, ENG. 
NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK. 
STANDARD LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., OF DETROIT, MICH. 



FiRE, ACCIDENT, LIABILITY, MARINE, PLATE CLASS, AND BURGLARY 

INSURANCE. 



ALWAYS ACCESSIBLE. 



TELEPHONES ] ll™ ^™" 

'83-4 DEDHAM. 



^..pLUMBIN^ 




E. J. WINN, 

PLURIBIN6. CHS FITTING. 

Hot Water Heating, 

SANITARY DRAINAGE AND VENTILATION. 

P. O.'Box 285. Residence, 545 Washington St., 



J J CUNNINGHAM,! CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND 
V DEPARTMENT STORE, - SMOKERS' SUPPLIES. NOVELS, 

Fooiwea | SORTH ST., - - - M EDI '•"/ /■; /./>. I STATIONERY, ETC. 



dHF^TFQ W (1A f?FIFI H I Numbing in all its branches neatly r/o;if. 
i/iiivLJiivi\ "• u^ini i^Liy, ■ First-class %\-ork guaranteed. Alsoateam 



MEDFIELD JUNCTION, MASS. 



* and /jot water fitting. Estimates given. 



and 1:1:11 1:1 n< i: mmK "K i>i.i>ii \\i. 



DEDHAM, MASS. 



Shire-town of Norfolk County, u miles southwesl of Boston, on the Providence < I i \ i — i< » 1 1 . and 13 

miles from Boston, on the Dedham branch, Midland division, of theN. Y„ W n & n R R I r 

porated September 8th, 1636. Watered by the Charles River on the west, and by the Neponsel River 
on tlic east, unci l>>- "Mother Brook," so called, a canal or artificial river of about three miles in 
Length, passing from the Charles to the Neponset. This canal was the flrsi canal buill in the I nited 
states, within ten years of the flrsi settlement of Boston. Dedham has 6.0 square miles and is the 
59th place of importance in the state, and includes the \ illages of ^.shcroft, I lonnecticu! I lorner, Easl 

Dedham, Elnrw I, Endicott, Federal Hill. I lermantow n. Qreen Lodge, Jerusalem, .Mill Village, i >ak 

dale. Riverdale. Sandy Hill. Stone Haven. Walnut Hill, and Westfleld. It is the birthplace of the 
greai statesman. Fi slier Ames, a close and honored friend of George Washington. The Fisher Ames 
school house on Washington street stands a fitting monument to his memory. The Dedham BiStori- 
cal Society has rooms where a very large collection of interesting antiquitiesare on exhibition. Asa 
place of residence Dedham presents unusual attractions, it is a quiet. ia« abiding community, 
numbering among its inhabitants many people of culture' and refinement, and contains within its 
borders some of the most elegant and expensive estates in the ( 'ommonwealth. < 'onnected by elee 
trie railway to the south with Medfield, Foxboro, Millis. Medway, Melton, Franklin, Wrentham, 
Attleboros, Pawtucket, Pi'oviilence. and WoonsOCket, and with Norwood. Milton. West Roxbury, 

Roslindale, Hyde Park. Forest Hill, and Boston. Population, 0". S. census 1890, 7,138. Stat qsus 

1895, 7.211. Valuation, real estate. $7,098,975, personal property, $1,329,108. Total. $8,428,078. Numbei 
of polls. 8,003. Rate of tax, $16.80. 



DEDHAM POSTOFFICES. 

DEDHAM. 

CHARLES H. RILEY, Postmaster. 
Office hours, 0:30 a. m. to7:30p. m. Sundays, 9:80 to 10:30a. m., I:30to5:00p. in. 
Mails open. 7:15, 9:30, 11 :00 a. m., 1:00, 4:00, 6:00, 7:00 p. m. Sunday mail open, 9:30 a. m. Regis 

mail open, 7:30 a. in., 4:15 p. m. 
Mails close, 7:30. 7:45, 9:45 a. m., 12: 15, 3:45, 4:30, 6:00, 6: l."> p. m. Sunday mail closes at 5:00 p. m. 

ASHCROFT. 

G. E. GAYMOND, Postmaster. 

Office hours. 7:30 to 9:00 a. m., 5:30 to 7:00 p. m. 
Mails open. 7:50 a. m.. 5:50 p. in. Mails close. 8:00 a. m., 6:00 p. m. 

ENDICOTT. 

R. J. WARD, Postmaster. 
< iffice hours, 7:00 to 10:00 a. m., 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. 
Mails open. 9:00 a. m., 4:00 p. m. Mails close. S:(ii) a. in.. (i:(Ki p. m. 



WALNUT HILL 



H. A. Hutchinson. Postmaster. 

( tfflce hours, 6:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. 

Mails open, 8:10. 10:30 a. m., 2:10, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 p. m. Mails close, 6:55, 10:00a. m., 1:50, 8:80 7:00p. m 



GEORGE A. GUILD, 

JEWELER AMD W ATCHMAKER, 

Carries a full line of 

EASTMAN'S KODAKS 

And films. Also a large assortment of 

IMPORTED SOUVENIR CHINA. 

400 Washington St., Dedham. Mass. 



m33 3AD1E L. ROSE, 

...N]ILiL-Ij\Sp... 

A Fine and Clio ice Line of all the 

Latest ^t^les 

iii Hats and Bonnets. Special at- 
tention Given to Order Trade. 

Hewitt Building. Milton St , East Dedham, Mass. 



When wanting some expert Plumb- j 
ing done or Steam or 
Hot Water Fitting consult with ) 



CHESTER W. UNFED.; -Si 



y Medfield Junction, Muss.. 
~io will give estimates 
d guarantee all work. 



Fop all the LATEST and UP to DATE / MRS. J. F. \A/ i MS, 

IVI I LLI IM E R Y , Call on j 390 Washing St. 63 ° ' DEDHAM, MASS. 



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DEDHAJVC NEWS AGENCY, 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 



CHAS. J. DAVIS, Manager. 



SPORTING GOODS. 



Newspapers ami Periodicals delivered at residence. Stationery by Box, Pound, 
and Quire. Choice line of Confectionery. Cigars and Tobacco. 

GREENLEAF BUILDING, Washington St., Dedham, Mass. 



IF^^lSriEC L. G-0"WEB, ID. ID. S_ 

GRADUATE BOSTON DENTAL COLLEGE. 

PRACTICE IN BOSTON FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS. 

Careful attention to Children's Teeth. Crown and Bridge Work. Ail forms of Artificial Work in 

Gold, Rubber, Silver, Celluloid. Aluminum fine gold filling placed without pain. 

OFFICE HOURS : 8:30 to 6. 378 Washington St., Dedham, Mass. 



SOMETHING NEW. 

PLACE'S 1PR0VED EYE GLASS GOURDS. 

They are comfortable and becoming. 

Tbey keep the Lenses in one position. 
Please call and examine thein. 

C. D. PLACE 6c CO., 

OPTICIANS, 

4 7 WINTER ST., ROOM 705, 

BOSTON. >IASS. 



MISSES GERRISH & LITTLEFIELD, 

Ladies' Tailoring 

AND 

DRESSMAKING. 

Room 3, Danforth's Block. 398 Washington St.. 
DEDHAM. 

HOURS: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p. m Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays to 8 p. m. 



FISHER & ELLIS, 

Hardware, Cutlery, 
Paints and Oils. 

AGATE. TIN. AND WOODENWHRE. 

AGRICULTURAL IR1PLEU1EHTS. 

Cor, Washington and School streets, 

l)KI>ll AM, M \ss. 

JOHN E FISHER. DAVID A. ELLIS. 



J. Y. ABBOTT UlnNUFHCTURING CO., 

Sole Manufacturers of 



loom 




PICKERS, 



Strapping and other 

Leather Goods. 

EAST DEDHAM, MASS. 

Incorporated 1885. 

J. V. ABBOTT. Pres. P. R. MANSFIELD. Treas. 

CHAS. E. LUCE. Aqent 



SAMUEL C. FRENCH'S 
Westwood and Boston Express. 

Residence, High Street, Westwood, Mass. B08TON OFFICES : 

Telepl , .">i:t, Dedham. 128 State St., 7:» Kilby St., 71 Kingston St, 

PARKER'S DEDHAM and BOSTON EXPRESS, 

HENRY M. PARKER, Proprietor. 
BOSTON OFFICES : i •"> Devonshire si.. 84 Conrl s<| , 96 and 105 Arch St. 

DEOHAH OFFICE: :'.<;:i Washington St. 
i \ i" Boston for Dedham: 8 a. m., 10 a. m., 1:30 p. m., 4:30 p. m 

Dedham for Boston: 7:30 a. m., Iti a. m., - p. m. 

Order Boxes at Walnut Hill and Stonehaven. 



Dressmaker 



Miss fl. B. Tliorijiirii.'T,,,'..'.^^.'..^..':.::,""- 

t'l > Washington Street, Dedham. | 



Kiblions Furnished. 



Call at the Phoenix Block, 1 QUEEN OUALITY * BEST ON EARTH. 

Dedham , an! be fitted to a * ShHOE. I CHARLES H. W RflGG & CO. 



AND REFERENCE B< >OK OP DEDHAM. 



DEDHAM CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— Second Baptist Church, Milton St.. E. D., Rev. John I'. Tilton, pastor. 

Congregational.— lit st Congregational < Ihurch, High St. Nosettled pi 

Episcopal.— Church of the Good Shepherd, Cedar St.. Rev. William F. Cheeney, rector. 

St. Paul's Church, Court St., Rev, James P. Hawkes, pastor. 
Methodist. -Methodist Episcopal Church, Milton St., E. £>., Rev. Raymond P. Walker, pastor 
Roman Catholic— St. Mary's chiu-ch. High St.. Rev. John il. Fleming, pastor. 
Unitarian.— First Church and Parish, High St., Rev. John Worsley Austin, past..!-. 



DEDHAM INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

MASONIC— Constellation Lodge. A. F. & A. M. Regular communications second Wednesday 

evening of each month at Masonic Hall, Memorial Hall Building, Washington Si 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS.- Samuel Dexter Lodge, No. 232, I. 0. 0. F. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at G. A. R. Hall, High St. 
Walnut Hill Lodge, No. 279, I. 0. G. T. Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings of each 
month at Mechanics 1 Hall, E. 1>. 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.— Contentment Lodge, No. 1020, K. of H. Meets flrsl and third Monday 
evenings of each month at G. A. R. Hall, High St. 
Cutham Lodge. No. 87, K. of H. -Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Baker's 
Hall, Westwood. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS.- Division No. 11.— Meets first Sunday aften a of each month 

in Parochial Hall. E. I). 
Ladies' Auxiliary, Division No. 1 1, A. 0. H. Meets at Mechanics' Hall, E D 
ROYAL ARCANUM.— East Dedham Council, No. 91.— Meets first and third Mondays in Arcanum 
Hall. 
Powder Rock Council, No. 84. -Aiccts second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month 
at Q. A. R. Hall. High St. 
ROYAL SOCIETY OF GOOD FALLOWS. Dedham Assembly, No. 44. B ts third Thursday even- 
ing of each month. 
Walnut Hill Assembly, No. 139. — Meets hist Wednesday evening of each month at Mechanics' 
Hall, E. D. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Charles W. Carroll Post. No. 144, G. A. R.— Meets third 
Friday evening of each month at Gf. A. R. Hall, I. O. O. F. Building, High St. 
Sons of Veterans.— Gen. S. m. Weld Camp, No. 75. Meets first and third Thursday e^ • 
of each month at (i. A. R. Hall, High St 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. Avery Oak Lodge, No. 36.— Meets second and fourth 
Monday evenings of each month at I. <>. < >. !•'. Building, High St. 

EPWORTH LEAGUE. Mudge Chapter, No. 563. Meets second Thursday evening of each month 
at Methodist Episcopal Church. 

DEDHAM HISTORICAL SoClETY.— Meets first Wednesday evening of every month, except July, Au- 
gust, and 'September at Historical Society Building, High, cor. church St. 

HOME CIRCLE.— Walnut Hill Council, No. 45. -Meets second and fourth Monday evenings at 

MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. St. Raphael Court. No. 26, M. C. 0. F. 

Meets first and third Sundays of each month at Mechanics' Hall, E. 1>. 
NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTECTION. Meets s rid and fourth Tuesday evenings of each 

month at G. A. R. Hall. High St. 

(Continued on page 81.) 



WILLIAM OVENS, 

Manufacturer of 

BEST MUCILAGE, 

Also Agent for 

NATIONAL BISCUIT CO.'S 
CRACKERS, ETC. 

P. O. Address, Box 394, Walnut Hill, Mass. 



HDOLPH F. fl. SGHULZ, 

REAL ESTATE, 
INSURANCE, - AUCTIONEER. 

ROOM 6, GREENLEflF BUILDING, 
378 Washington Street, Dedham, Mass. 



insurance, , HkNRY D. HUMPHREY, J auctioneer. 

REAL ESTATE. U28 HIGH ST., - DEDHAM, MASS. I Telephone, 63-2. 



MRS. J. F - . NA^IIVIS, / Dealer in 

390 WasMn£ R n¥ t NLEAF ^HAM, MASS j IMPORTED AND DOMtSTIC MILLINERY. 



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T. F. 




LEONARD, 

PRACTICAL 

HOUSE 

PAINTER. 



Shop at Residence. 
53 School St. 

GRAINING, GLAZING, AND GILDING. CEIL- 

l\GS WHITENED AND TINTED. 
Paper Hanging. Hard Wood Finishing. 

All orders addressed to Box 351, Dedham, will receive 
prompt attention. 



J. W. WHITE, 

DEPOT CARRIAGE SERVICE. 

Carriages will be found on arrival 
of trains at Dedham Station, and 
may be ordered at 66 Barrows St. 

Stone Mason and Contractor. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 

66 Barrows St., DEDtlflM, IYlf\SS. 



FRANK B. McCABE, 

Carpenter and 
Builder. 

FIRST-CLASS WORK AT 
REASONABLE PRICES. 

Personal Attention Given to all Work. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AT 
SHORT NOTICE. 




Shop, Worthington, cor. Washington St., { 
Residence, Marion St., i 



DEDHAM, MASS. 



ALBERT DUNKERLEY, 

CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR,and 
BUILDER. 

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 

Jobbing and Repairing 
Given Prompt Attention. 



RetMence, 249 Wrtshinutnn St.. 

DEDHAM, 



P.O.Box 381. 
IX/I ASS. 



W. B. GOULD, 

MASON, 

Plasterer, Whitener, and 
Colorer. 

Jobbing Promptly Attended To. 

Milton St., EAST DEDHAM, MASS. 



DRESSMflKER.:Kii 



miss 

395 Washington 8t, DEDHAM. I 



TUnnnilRII \ "HESS furnishings of all de- 
scrip I ION, RIBBONS. LACES. SILKS. 



BUCKLES, ETC 



CALL ON 

CHARLES A. WRAGG & CO. 



for \ 



QUEEIN QUALITY 

SHOES, at 



PHOENIX BLOCK, 

589 Hitfh St. 

D E O M A IVI . 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF DEI HI AM. 



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DEDHAM INDEPENDENT ORDERS.— Concluded. 

ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. Meets first and third Tuesday evenings 

of each month al Parochial Hall, E. D. 
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.— Walnut Hill Division, No. 122. Meetssecond and fourth Monday even 

ings of each month at Mechanics' Hall. K. D. 
UNITED ORDER OF PILGRIM FATHERS. Quinobequin Colony, No. 200, U. 0. P. F. Meetsflrsl 

and third Wednesday evenings ■>!' each month al G. A. B. Hall, High SI 
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. Meet*; firs! and third Mondays of each month al 

Methodist Church. 



DEDHAM FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



BOX. 

25. Cor. High and Mt. Vernon. 

26. Cor. East and Auburn. 

27. East St.. near R. R. bridge. 
28. 

29. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
42. 
43. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
52. 



Cor. High and Walnut. Boyden's Square 

Cor. Colburn and Bussey. 

Cor. Colburn anil Greenhood. 

Cor. Milton St. and Milton Plaee. 

Cor. Milton and River Sts. 

Sprague St., near McDonald 

Cor. River St. and Oakdale Ave, 

Cor. Dale and Border. 

Junct. East and Sprague. 

Cor. East St. and Sanderson Ave. 

Bussey St., opp. Rockland. 



BOX 

.-.1. 
56. 



63. 

64. 

v,:,. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
si. 



( 'or. Washington and Easl 
Cor. Maverick and ( lurve 

( 'of. High and ( '"in n 

Cor. High and West Held. 



Washington St.. near Richards. 
Cor. Court and Village Ave 
Cor. High St.. opp. Eastern Ave. 
Washington St. I Steamer House. 

Cor. Washington and Elm. 

Cor. Highland St. and Sandy Vallej 

( lor. Anii-s and Bridge. 
Needham, near School! se 



First alarm to be given by striking four rounds of the box number on all the box gongs, hells, and 
whistle. 

Second alarm to be given by striking rive blows. 

Signal for no school, number 22 struck at 7:50 or 11:50 a. m. This signal to he given only on the 
written order of the Superintendent of Schools. 

After every alarm two blows will he struck when the tire is out or the apparatus not needed 

A test blow will be struck at 7 a. in. and 5 p. m. daily. 

SMITH & HIGGINS. 

Everything 

used in the 
Burial of the 
Head Always 
■ ■11 Hand. 

Residence and 

W'arerooms. 
29 Milton Street. 




P. O Address, 

WALNUT HILL. 



FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. 



i/NSUKAAieE. j HENRY D. HUMPHREY, 

AUCTION EE^.t 628 HICH STREET, DEDHAM. 



REAL ESTATE. 

Telephone 63-2. 



ItlDO I C WIITIQ THE MILLINER, i HAS A Fl'LLAND COMPLETE UNEOFKING'- 
IU.1U. 0.1. nllUO Qreenleaf Block, <-BERY"S MEDICATED TOILET ARTICLES. Ladies 



390 Washington St.. DEDHAM. MASS. * 



are cordially invited to call and examine. 



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VID NEAL, 
Dealer in CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 

SALMON'S BEST FLOUR, CROCKERY, AND FANCY CHINA. 

TEA AND COFFEE A SPECIALTY. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. 

402 Washington St., DEDHAM, MASS. 

JOHN W. SOUTHWELL & CO., 

HOUSE AND THYTERS, 

SIGN DECORATORS, AND 

PAINTERS. PAPER HANGERS. 

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. 

Shop at Residence, Milton St., EAST DEDHAM, MASS. 




JAMES SEMPLI 

PAINTE.R AND 
DEG0RAT0R. 

First-class Work at 
Reasonable Cost. 

15 Westfield St.. 

DEDHAM, M4SS. 




BAKER BROS., 

Contractors for 



Patotioi 



DECORATING AND 
PAPER HANGING. 




Estimates cheerfully given for contract work. Whitewash- 
ing, Kalsomining, Glazing, Graining 
P. 0. Box 14, WESTW00D, MASS. 




SE3Y, 

House and 

Sip 
Painter, 



' d **-* ^."'ir •'-" -: also Decorator, 

Shop at Residence, - Walnut St., 

EAST DEDHAM, MASS. 



\A/^ 



SON 




BROS., 

Choice cuts of 

BEEF. VEAL. LAMB. 

MUTTON AND 

POULTRY. 

Select Corn Reel 
and Sausages. 

FRESH VEGETABLES 

and all kinds of Fruit 
in their season. 

395 Washington St.. 

DEOHAM, MASS. 



rlou! 




FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, 

CREAMERY BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS. 
CANNED GOODS, FINE TEAS, AND COFFEES, 

EDWIN A. R1CKER, 

Oakdale Ave., cor. River St., East Dedham, Mass. 



IN/I. 

1 JUTTER 



F. NA/HI1 

CI IKKSE. 



NEY, 

AND EGGS. 



FRUIT, VEGETABLES, ANp BERRIES 

Supplied (<■ families in i ><<<i limn, Norwood, and vicinity, win • nil nn reqnen1 by ihh.I1. 

Residence, Kendall and School Sts., walpole, MASS. 



PRESSIDftKER. 



' H1ISS fl. B. TH0RBURN/ DRESS FINDIN08 ' TRIMMIN08 ' 

I 395 Washington St., DEDHAM. ' and ornaments furnished. 



I F JJOU WA/MT TH E, Qiirriu QUALITY * CI1AI,lES A - WRA0G & C( > 

BEST \3H-rttlTI «W«LI I I . PHOENIX BLOCK, 

GET THE \ SHOE: / 589 Hiph St.. Dedham. 



AND REFERENCE BooK OK DEDHAM. 



DEDHAM'S 
ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 

NORFOLK WESTERN STREET RAILWAY CO. 

Cars leave DEDHAM for WESTWi »« >D, and MEDFIELD al 8 a. m .. and every hour until n p. m., 
then 11:50 p. ra. First car Sunday 7 a. m, Last car lip m 

Cars leave MEDFIELD for wESTWi >OD, and DEDHAM al 6 a. m., and every hour until 11 p. m., 
*12 in., and *18:45 a. in. Sunday's cars leave MEDFIELD for westu 00D and DEDHAM al i 
and every hour until 10 p. m., *11, *11 :50 p. m. 

( Jars stop at white painted posts only. 

Connection-; at DEDHAM with ears 'for FOREST II I l.l.s. HYDE l'AKK. MILTON, NORWOOD, 
ami HAST WALPOLE. 

'< !ar Barn only. 

WEST ROXBURY AND ROSLINDALE STREET RAILWAY CO. 

NORFOLK CENTRAL DIVISION. 

Cars leave EAST WALPOLE for DEDHAM and FOREST HI 1. 1. Sat 6:30, 7 a. m., and every half 
hour until 11. *11:30. 

Cars leave NORWOOD (Walpole and Guild streets) for ISLINGTON, DEDHAM, and FOREST 
HILLS at ti:40a. m., 7:10. and eveiv half hour until 11:10, II: H i. 

Cars leave DEDHAM for ISLINGTON, NORWOOD, and east WALPOLE al 6 a. m., 6:30, and 
every half hour until II, *11 :30. 

Cars leave Norwood (Walpole and Guild streets) for EASTWALPOLE at 6:30, 6:50 a. m., 
and every half hour until 1 1 :20. 

Sundays— First car, 7 a. m. ; extra cars, i to6p. m. 

Through cars on Dedham Division. FOREST HILLS to EASTWALPOLE, in connection with 
Norfolk Central Street Railway Company. 

Connection at DEDHAM" with cars for MEDFIELD and WESTWOOD, HYDE l'AKK and 
READVILLE. 

Connection at FOREST HILLS with cars for all parts of B< »ST< >N. 

Connection at EAST WALPOLE with cars for WAI.P »LE, MANSFIELD, PR( >VIDENCE. 

Connection at EAST DEDHAM with cars (<>v \l\ DE PARK, MILTON LOWER MILLS. 
< lar Barn only. 

DEDHAM DIVISION. 

Cars leave FOREST HILLS and QEDH AM on the hour and half hour, 5:80 a. m. till 11:80 p. m.: 
*12 
"oars leave ROSLINDALE for FOREST HILLS each 30 minutes, 5:20 a. m. till 11:50 p. m. 
Oars leave RoSLlNDALE for DEDHAM each 30 minutes, 5:38 a. m. till [1:88 p. m. 
oars leave Beech Street for Forest HILLS each 30 minuted, 5:16a. m. till 11:46 p. m. 
cars leave Beech Street for DEDHAM each 30 minutes, 5:48 a. m. till 11:43 p m 
Cars leave GERMANTl iWN for F( (REST HILLS each 80 minutes. 5:37 a. in. till 11:87 p. in. 
Cars leave GERMANTOWN for DEDHAM each 30 minute-.. 5:22a. m. till 11:52 p. m. 




-E1IVI IN/IE, 

I HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH SELECTED FRUIT. 

Wholesale and Retail Healer in 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, 

CIGARS and TOBACCO. 

Soda Fountain. Quick Lunches Nicely Served. 

Headquarters for Bicyclers. 386 Washington St., Dedham, Ma^s. 

LUCIUS DAMRELL, 
PORTRAITS AND FRAMES. 

HIGH GRADE WORK. WESTWOOD, MASS. 

Real Estate, 'HENRY D. HUMPHREY.; Insurance. 

Auctioneer.* 688 HIGH St., DEDHAM. I TJSUEPHON Is,, 63-S. 



Mrs .T. F. WIMS, The MILLINER. \ Carries KINGSBURY'S Velvet Cream, Magic Balm, Velvet Lotion, 
Greenleaf Block, 390 Washington St.,- Velvet Rouge, Tooth Powder, Freckle Remover, Velvet Skin Food, Magnolia 
DEDHAM, MASS., ' Cream, Velvet Face Powder, Hair Tonic. 



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BACON'S 



UNDRY. 



If you like your Laundry done in fipst-class shape, or are in any way 
particular, drop me a card and my team will call. 

We guarantee all work. A trial will convince you that nothing but first-class work is 

done at Bacon's Laundry. 

E. S. BACON, Prop'r, Lock Box 8, DEDHAM, MASS. 

F. B. FORD, Walnut Hill, Agent. G. A. FRENCH, AVestwood, Agent. 

VINCBNT J. GAFFNEY, 

DEALER IN 

Pure Milk and Cream in Glass Bottles, also 

Fresh Eggs from our own farm delivered at your 

residence. Call or address 

80 Chestnut St., Dedham, Mass, 

Fggs for Hatching. 




WILLIAM H. BOWMAN, 

FURNITURE MOVING and JOBBING. 




BARGE AX1) PLEASURE WAGONS 

by the day or hour at reasonable rates. 
ORDERS LEFT AT 

51 Clark St., or at Order Boxes, 220 East 
St., and 581 High St., 

DEDHAM, MASS, 



LUNCH WAGON. 

W/1EN IN TOWN AND IN WANT OF A 

QUICK LUNCH, 

a Good Cigar, or a Bottle of 
Tonic, You can get it here, 

3D-&.-Z" OB iTIGHT. 

JOSEPH S. BERRY, 

PROPRIETOR, 
Washington St., Dedham, Mass. 



CHARLES E. PHIL.UPS, 
General 




Blacksmith, 

HORSESHOER 

and 
WHEEL WRIOHT. 

Repairing Neatly done" 

PERSONAL ATTENTION 

Given to all Work, and 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

'1 EAST, cor. HIGH ST., 

-* DEDHAM. MASS. 




. SHEA. 

PRACTICAL 

orseshoer and 
Carriage 



Repairer. 

Special Attention 
paid to Lame and 
Interfering Horses. 

Washington St , 

DEDHAM. MASS. 




PETER LARSSON, 

try to please my customers by giving them the Best of 
Milk, delivered in Glass Jars. Your patronage solicited. 
Daisy WhitingAve., Walnut Hill, Mass. 



ISAAC W. WHITE, 

East St., Dedham, Mass. 
First Quality Milk, 

Fresh Cream. 

A.I1 Milt Delivered in Glass Jars. 

Your patronage solicited. 




An-.r.r, A D HTU^^U..-^ \ drkss furnishings of all 
lVllSS A. t>. 1 norburn, .description, ribbons, laces 

395 Washington St., DEDHAM, MASS. ( SILKS, BUCKLES, ETC. 



CHAS. A. WRAGti li CO. ( QUEEN QUALITY I Phoenix Block, 
Keep the Celebrated I shoe:. /589HI$hSt., Dedham. 



\ni> i;i:ki:kknck i« iok ok mini wi. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



DEDHAM, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS: E. D., East Dedham; W. H.. Walnut Bill; W., Westw 1. 



Account Book Manufacturer. 
Beal, Henry F. 020 High. 

Agricultural Implements. 
FISHER & ELLIS. Washington, cor. School. 

See page 78. 
Russell. Charles' Son. High st. 

Artists. 
DAMRELL, LUCIUS. (Portrait.) Westwood 

See ]>axe 83. 
Mills. C. E. 63 School. 
Slafter, Theodore S. 17 Chestnut . 

Architect. 
Alden, Harry B. 505 East. 

Asylum. 
ASYLUM FOR DISCHARGED FEMALE PRIS- 
ONERS. Mrs. Elvira D. Whitney. Superin- 
tendent. Washington st. Sec page 8. 

Auctioneers. 
HUMPHREY, HENRY D. 628 High. Seemargin 

lines. 
SCHULZ, ADOLPH F. A. Room 6,878Washing 

ton. See page 79. 

Automobiles. 
SHATSWELL, H. K. & CO. 398 Washington. 

Bakers. 
Boner. William. Thomas st.. W. H. 
Dunkel, Rudolphe. 593 High. 
TI. -liner, Peter. High, cor. Bussey, E. I>. 
Stoddard, Granville M. 406 Washington. 



Bakers' Specialties. 
OVENS, WILLIAM. Milton St., W. H. Seepage 

Banks. 
Dedham Co-Operative Bank. Bighst.. E. D. 

Dedham Institution for Savings, Bigh st. 
Dedham National Bank. High st. 

Barbers. 
Booban, Thomas F. 860 Washington. 
Ivans . Joseph, lli^'li st.. L\. I>. 
Sfaas, Christopher. 876 Washington. 
Nickers. m. i; I.. :; Eastern a\ e 

Rafferty, 'I'l las. 591 Bigh. 

Smith. Charles S 575 High. 

Bicycle Dealers, Supplies, and Sundries. 
Griffith, Charles T. Bussey st.. i;. D. 
Birsch, J. a. Bussey st., E. I>. 
KEOUGrt & CARTWRIGHT. KK Washington. 
WRAGG, CHARLES A. & CO. 561 High 

margin lines. 

Billiards and Pool. 
Gaffnej . Joseph. Bigh St., E. D. 
I logan, \ni\ id! 3 High 

Blacksmiths. 
(See l [orseshoers, also Carriagesm 
Deutschmann. A. High st., E. 1 1 
Ellis, Edward E. Whiting ave., E. I». 
ii.ii rigan, 11. J. Williams s( 
LYNAS, J. & CO. Washington st., Islington. 

Westw l. 

PHILLIPS. CHARLES E. East, Huh Set 

page 84. 
REEVES. DAVID W. Sanderson ave., E D 
SHEA. JOHN J. Washington st. See page 84 
Waiiev. .ill. 56 Church. 



AUCTIONEER. HENRY D. HUMPHREY, REAL ESTATE, 

Telephone, 63-2. * azs Hi g n st., Dedham. / INSURANCE. 



Millinery. 



t MRS. J. F. wins, 

» 390 Washington St.. Dedham, Mass. 



tp-to-Date, 
Imported Creations. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



589 High. See 



Boarding Houses. 
Berrv. Mrs. G. A. 4o Eastern ave. 
CahUl, Mrs. E. 331 Washington. 
CHASE, MRS. M. E. (Summer Boarders.) 15 

Westfleld. Seepasreitn. 
Lord, Thomas. 33 High St., W. H. 
Phillips. Mrs. Charles. 28 Dwight. 

Boat Livery. 
Hiatt. Riehanl J. Ames St. 

Bookseller and Stationer. 
DAVIS, CHARLES J. 380 Washington. See 
page 78. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Fox. Pa! rick. Bussey St., E. D. 
Robinson, Frederick E. 563 High. 
WRAGG, CHARLES A. & CO. 
margin lines. 

Boot and Shoe Maker and Repairer. 
CISELSKY, ALEXANDER. 409 Washington. 

Bowlintr Alley. 
shine & Buckley. Washington st. 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
RICHER, EDWIN A. Oakdale ave.. ,■ „■. River. 

E. I>. See page 82 
WHITNEY, MOSES F. Kendall, cor. School, 

Walpole. See page s '-' 

Cablnet Maker. 

W Is, Henry W. 10 Highland. 

Cameras and Supplies. 
GUILD, GEORGE A. 100 Washington. See 
page 77. 

Canoe Builder. 
Brodbeck, K. Ames si 

Carpet Manufacturers. 
Cochrane Mfg. C >. Milton st.. E. D. 

Carriage Dealer. 
WIMS, JOHN F. Washington st. Seepage76. 

Carriagesmiths. 
Corbett, P. F. (Estateof.) Washington st. 
Ellis. E. E. Whiting ave.. e. d. 
Fell, John V. 50 < Ihurch. 
LYNAS, J. & CO. Washington St., Islington, 



E.ist . c >r. High. 



U'e-IU I. 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES 

See page 84 

REEVES, DAVID W. Sanderson ave., E. D. 
SHEA, JOHN J. Washington st. See page 84. 

Cattle Inspector. 

KNOBEL. EDWARD. Offices at T ney's 

Stable, Dedham ; Market st.. Norw I Res.. 

Greenlodge St., Dedham. Telephone con 

Heel |on. 

China and Glassware. 
GUILD. GEORGE A. (Souvenir China.) 100 
Washington. See page i i 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
■ \.i..inli High -i I. D 
DAVIS. CHARLES J. 880 Washington See 

M)l;l). FRANK B. Walnut -i . E, D. 

m.i. .1 581 High. 
SALEMIYIE, D. 






ClKar Manufacturer. 

i -.iimi n, W 



Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 
Smith. Nathaniel & Co. Maple PI. 
Worthington, Erastus. High st. 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings. 
I t'Sullivan. William P. Boyden Sq.. E. D. 

Coal and Wood. 
DEDHAM LUMBER CO. Yards at Stonehaven 

station. Telephone, 59-3. 
FISHER-CHURCHILL CO., THE. High, cor. 

Harvard. See page T. 
Sawtelle. F. W. & Co. Milton St., E. D. 

Confectionery. 
(See also Fruit and Confectionery.) 
Adams. Thomas. 584 High. 
DAVIS, CHARLES J. 380 Washington. See 

page 78. 
FORD. FRANK B. Walnut st.. E. D. 
SALEMME, D. 386 Washington. See page 83. 

Contractors- Carpenters. 
DUNKERLEY, ALBERT. 249 Washington. See 

page so. 
EAGAN, FRANK. 325 East. 
EAGAN, PATRICK. 326 East. 
Fisher. George F. Highland, cor. Court. 
HINKLEY, HIRAM. Milton st.. E. D. 
Johnson, Alfred E. Church st. 
MACK, TIMOTHY J. Shop. 348 Washington. 
Marden, H. Everett. High st. 
McCABE, FRANK B. Worthington st. Res., 

Marion st. See page 80. 
Mills. ('. P. Franklin st.. E. D. 
Sherman. R. J, Fairview st.. W. II. 
Sherman, S. 1). Oakdale ave.. E. I). 
Smyth, Fred E. Cedar, n. Walnut. 
sTEVENS, H. H. Dartmouth ave., E. D. 
Tnayer, .lames p. isi Court. 
Tullv. Michael J. 462 Washington. 
Withmgton, I His W. Milton PL, W. H. 

Contractors Masons. 
Alexander. Henry R. Chaiincy St., E D. 
Carey, William li. Bussey st. 
DELANO, WILLIAM. 84 Ames. 
Fales. William a Washington, cor. High. 
GOULD, WILLIAM B. Milton St., F. D. See 

page 80. 
< >'< oimeii. Michael. East st. 
l'hipps. Henry A. 680 High. 
WHITE. J. WARREN. (Stone.) 66 Barrow's. 

see page so. 

Contractors Pavers. 
UNITED STATES PAVING CO. New York and 
B -toil, gee page 6. 

Crackers Dealer. 
OVENS, WILLIAM. Milton st, W. H. Seepage 
79 

Crayon Portraits. 

DAMRELL, LUCIUS. High St., West* I See 

page 88 

Crockery and Glassware. 
NEAL, DAVID W2 Washington Seepa 

Decorators and Painters. 
.See also Painters i 

BAKER BROS. High St., WestA* I. P.O.Box 

ii 8eej>age82. 

CLISBY, 0. T. Walnut St., F. I" See pi 

SEMPLE. JAMES. 15 Westfleld See p., 
SOUTHWELL, JOHN W. & CO. Milton st.. 

F. D. See page 82 
WEEKS. A. L. Eastern ave 



HACK. LIVERY, AND BOARDING STABLE. 

Single or Double Rigs at Short n <»t i< «•. 



' George W. Toomey, 

1 15 1 Washington St., Dedham, Mass. Telephone Connection. 



live rooltru. 



Will call, on request, In towns about \ GEORGE A. PORTER, 
Dedham for Fowls or Chickens. i Washington St.. oedhdm. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF DEDIIAM. 






Dentists. 
Fogg, Ralph M. 18 Franklin, 
UrtYMONu, GEORGE 0. 122 WashingI in. 

office hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and :.' to 5 p. m. 
GOWER. F. L. 378 Washington. Seepage78. 
Jones, William W. 19 High. 
SHATSWELL, H.K. Rooms 1 and 2 898 Wash 

ington. Office hours, 8 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5and7 

to 8 p. m. 

Depot Carriages. 
WHITE, J.WARREN. 66 Barrows. See page 

80. 

Deputy Sheriff. 
COLBURN, HOWARD. Insurance Bldg., i Pearl. 

Drainage and Ventilating Systems. 
WINN, EVERETT J. 545 Washington. See 

page 76. 

Dressmakers. 
BOWLER, MRS. C. E. 184 Court. 
Carey, Miss Lizzie V. 263 W ashington. 
Eaga'n, Miss M. L. 325 East. 
Eagan, Miss Nellie C. Curve PL, W. 11. 
Gaffney, Ellen M. 80 Chestnut. 
GERR1SH & LITTLEFIELD. Room 3, Dan 

forth's Block. 398 Washington. See page 76 
Healev, Theresa M. High St., E. D. 
Jordan, Miss L. I. Oakdale ave., n. Walnut. 

W. H. 
Joselvu. Mrs. Millie. 17 Church. 
REEVES, MRS. D. W. Sanderson ave., n. Cedar, 

W. H. 
Swett, Mrs. J. A. Heilge St., W. II. 
THORBURN, MISS A. B. 395 Washington. See 

margin lines. 
Toomey, Julia A. 508 Washington. 
Weatherbee, Louisa. 57 Schi >i il 

Druggists. 

Gates, E. N. & Co. Boyden sq., E. 1). 
Hurley, William. 001 High. 
Wan lie. Harry L. 585 High. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
Collins. Mrs. M. A. Bussey St., E. D. 
Danforth. Charles B. 396 Washington. 
Geishecker, Adam J. High st., E. D. 
Higgins, Elizabeth J. 595 High. 
Jacobs, E. B. 475 High. 
Macomber, Charles ]•'. Boyden sq.. E. 1>. 
Peter, George. 579 High. 

Dye Works. 

MERCHANT'S DYE WORKS. Maverick 

High. W. H. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
GAFFNEY, VINCENT J. wo Chestnut Sec 
page 84. 

Electrical Engineers. 
BULLARD, W. ELLERY. Phoenix Block, High 

St. 

Nichols. E. B. Sandv Valley Road. 
NORFOLK ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. 
J. Ellery Bullanl. Mgr. Phoenix Block, High 

St. 

WARREN, A. ELWOOD. 4S Richards. 

Electric Light Co. 
Dedham Electric Light Co. 

Embalmers. 
SMITH & HIGGINS. 29 Milton, E. D. Seepage 
81. 

Employment Bureau. 
Feeney, Mrs. L. w. 179 High. 



Express Companies. 
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. DeJham and 

B iston t'.\ p Washington Be* 

r -\ 

Express. 
WESTWOOD AND BOSTON EXPRESS. 

uel C. French, Prop'r. High si . w.-m i 

Tel . 54 8 Dedham. See pat 
Gallagher, 1'atrick R. 26 Worthington. 
PARKER'S DEDHAM AND BOSTON EXPRESS. 

Henry M. Parker, Prop r. 363 Washing! 

See page 78. 
WtlKER, WILLIAM F. Mam Bt„ Medfleld 

See pa 

Fish and Oysters. 
McMamiB, T. P. Sanderson ave., E. D. 
Meehan, Edward. High, n Bussey. W. 11 
i t'Neil. James. Pleasant st.. E. I» 
Fish Wholesale. 
LORD, WILLIAM H. 712High. Seepage4 

Florists. 
CARTWRIGHT, GEORGE. Whiting ave. 
I>a\ ie Bros 588 High. 
Davie, John. Sandy Valley Roa l. 
HALLEN, EMIL. Whiting ave., W ll 

margins, ci ilored pages. 

Morse El r P. Willow st 

TOUHY, PATRICK J. River St., E 1> 
Wetherbee, Q 'ge w. East st., W. 

Fruit and Confectionery. 
Adams. Thomas. 584 High. 
inoii. J. a. 338 High. 
Morns >n, Frank J. 581 High. 
Nikandros, I. L. 312 Washington. 
SALEM nE, D. 886 Washington. See pag 

Furniture and Piano Moving. 
Sec alsi i Teaming and Trucking 
l!i i\\ man. William F. Fast st 
oOWMAN, WILLIAM H. Office, 220 East Res 

:,i ciark. See page 84. 
WEIKER, WILLIAM F. Main st., Medfleld 
Sec page ;■-' 

Gas Company. 

Dedhi v Hyde Park Gas Co 

General Stores. 
Bailej & Newcomb. Boydensq.. E. I». 
Cummings, Fred. E. 15 High, E. 1>. 
Fori... George. Bussey st.. E. 1>. 
Macomber. < I. F. Boyden sq., E D. 
N£AL, DAVID. 102 Washington. See] 

Gold Beater. 
Watson, Edward A. Dartmouth ave., E D 

Graining, Glazing, Etc. 
LEONARD, THOMAS F. 58 School. Seepage 

SO. 

Grist Mill. 
G0DING BROS. Whitingave., E l 1 

Grocers— Retail. 
Bailej & Newc >mb. Boyden a , I 
Baker, T. J. & Son. Court, coi 
Finn. Richard M. Bussey st 
HEWITT, GEORGE. Milton St., E D. 
Heyn, Foul. Busses st . E. D. 

haw, J. H. Sanderson ave . E. 1>. 

Lorio, i ge. Bussej st E. I>. 

MANDEVILLE. R. A. 571 High 
Murray, Thomas P. High st., E. D 
NEAL DAVID. 102 Washington. Seep 
, ,'Leary, Peter J. 60Church. 
O'SuUivan, P. Curve St., E D 
Patenaude & Jacobs, 574 High. 



Y0L WILL FIND SAFE HORSES 
AND FINE CARRIAGES AT 



(_ GEORGE W. TOOMEY'S i 

| 351 Wash'ton St. STABLE Dedham, Mass "/ 



Transients Cared For 
at Reasonable Prices. 
Telephone Connection. 



mrs. j. f. wms, j MILLINEBT 

WA XTTTKGTON ST.. DEDHAM. Ill 1 JJ JJ 1 11 U il 1 . 



Latest designs in fine ) 
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imported creations. I 390 WASHINGTON ST., DEDHAM. 



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RICKER, EDWIN A. < >akdale ave., cor. River. 

E. D. See page ^■- , 
Sinith. Walter L. Bussey st.. E. D. 
Snow Brothers. 561 High. 
Tapley, W. T. High st.. E. D. 
Ziegler, Charles E. Belknap, cor. Bussey. E. D. 

Hairdresser. 
See also Barbers. 
Parker. Mis- ];. (,. Sanderson ave., O. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
FISHER & ELLIS. Washington, cor. School. 

HEWITT,' GEORGE. Milton St., E. D. 
Keelan, M. & Son. 577 High. 
Russell, Charles' Son. Higb st. 

Harness Dealers and Makers. 
LYNAS, J. & CO. Washington st., Islington, 

W.-stu I. 

McGuinness, B. K. Washington st. 
Moore, John. 10 Worthington. 
WIMS.JOHNF. Washington st. See page 76. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
FISHER-CHURCHILL CO., THE. High, cor. 

Harvard. See page 7. 
GODING BROS. Whiting ave., E. D. 
Sawtelle, F. W. &Co. Milton st.. E. D. 
Shim-. .1. V. '.'; Eastern ave. 

Horse Clothing. 

WIMS.JOHNF. Washington st. Seepage 76. 

Horse Shoers. 

(See also Blacksmiths. 1 

Ellis. E. E. Whitingave., E. D. 

LYNAS, J. & CO. Washington st.. Islington, 

Westw 1. 

PHILLIPS, CHARLES E. East. cor. High. See 

page 84 
REEVES, DAVID W. Sanderson ave.. E. D. 
SHEA, JOHN J. Washington st. See page 84. 

Hotels. 
Depot Square Hotel. High st. 
Reunion Hotel. Eastern ave. 

Ice Dealers. 
I >a\ enpoii . • ' E. Bast , Q. < lanton. 
FISHER. CHURCHILL CO., THE. High. cor. 

Harvard. See page T. 
WESTWOOD ICECO. Summer St., Westwood. 

See pa 

Insurance Agents. 
HUMPHREY, HENRY D. 628 High See mar 

KIMBALL, C. H. J. Office, K Kilbj -1 , Boston. 
Winthrop Bt., < lakdale, Dedham, Tel. al 

office and residence, See page 76. 
UcQuillen, ll ll High, cor Washington, 
SCHULZ, ADOLPH F. A. Room 6, 878 Washing 

ton, See pa 

Insurance Companies. 

Iil.DMAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Pearl coi High .1 White Belcher, Pres, 

I toward Colburn Ti 1 a James N N< ij es, Sec 

NORFOLK MUTUAL KIRE INSURANCE CO. 

High .1 w hite Belcher, President 

1 mm in . 1 .hi 1 - v ,\o\ ee Secretarj 

Jeweler and Watchmaker. 
GUILD, GEORGE A. WO Washington. See 

Kennel, 
una 1 B" andj \ allej Road, 



Ladies' Tailor. 
BOWLER, MRS. C. E. 184 Court. 

Landscape Gardener. 
Kelley. James H. River St., O. 
Laundries. 
BACON'S LAUNDRY. E. S. Bacon, Prop'r. 

Lock box 8, Dedham. See page 84. 
Dedham Steam Laundry. High st. 
FORD, FRANK B. (Agency for B. Laundry.) 

Walnut st.. E. D. 
MATHEW, FRANK. 591 High. 

Lawyers. 

EATON, JOHN E. Oakdale ave., Dedham. 
1023 Tremont Bldg., Boston. Tel. 1602 Hay- 
market. 

EATON & MCKNIGHT. lOaS Tremont Bldg., 
Boston. Tel. 1602 Havmarket. 

Greenhood, B. H. Bussey St., E. D. 

HILL, DON GLEASON. Insurance Building, 
Pearl, cor. High. 

Roberts, Odin B. High. cor. Lowder. 

SHELDON, N. L. 27 School st., Boston. Tel. 
2286-2 

SHELDON & SANBORN. Conger Building. Nor- 
wood. 27 School st.. Boston. 

SHULTZ. ROBERT H. 0. East Dedham. Room 
28, 4S Congress st.. Boston. 

Simpson, T. J. High st. 

SMITH, ALFRED C. Res., 21 Worthington, cor. 
s.hool. Office. 95 Milk st, Boston. Office 
hours. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

WARREN & PERRY. Res., High st. Office, 89 
Court st.. Boston. Tel. 1144 Boston. 

WARREN, WINSLOW. Res., 725 High. Office 
hours, 9 a. m, to5p. m. 89 Court st., Boston. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE FRED. Res.. Chestnut st. 
I tffice. 209 Washington st., Boston. 

Library— Public. 

Franklin sq. Open from 2 to 9 p. m., except 

Sundays. 

Loom Pickers Manufacturers. 
ABBOTT, J. V. MFG. CO. Whiting ave., E. D. 
See page r8. 

Lumber. 
DEDHAM LUMBER COMPANY. Yards at 
Stonehaven station. Telephone No. 59-8, 
Dedham, 

Lunch Wagon. 
BERRY, JOSEPH S. Washington st. Seepage 
84, 

Manufacturing Companies. 
ABBOTT, J. V., MANUFACTURING CO. (Loom 

Pickers, i Whiting ave., E. D. See page 78. 
Cochrane Manufacturing Co. Milton. E. l>. 
Merchant's Woolen Mill. Bussey, a, Chauncy. 

Masons. 

i Sec ( '..nt [-actors Masons, i 

Masons' Materials. 
FISHER-CHURCHILL CO., THE. High, cor 
i tarvard. See page I 

Meats and Provisions. 

Hi d Iharles H 11 High. E D 

Keegan, E < ' Bussey st., E. D, 
Keegan. Peter J, Boyden Sq., E. It. 
Patenaucle iS Jacobs 51 I High 
SMITH, J. EVERETT. 881 Washington. 
WATSON BROS. 395 Washington. See page 82. 
We ehrob, Richard II. High si.. E. D. 

WHITNEY. MOSES F. Kendall, cor Scl I, 

Walpole Seepage82 



Hack, Livery, and 



GEORGE \AX. TOOM 
;■;/ WASHINGTON ST., 
Boarding Stable. I Dedham u.-i.s.s. Telephone Connection. I 



"V, \ Hacks To Lit 

/•'«»r Funeral* 



And Weddings. 



LIVE POULTRY. 



CEORCE A. 

( WASHINGTON ST., 



PORTER, 

DEDHAM, MASS. 



SEND POSTAL, AND TEAM 

WILL CALL AND 
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Men's Furnishings. 
Hirsh £ Crocker. :ss* Washington and Bussey 
St., E. D.. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Hilles. Charles & Son. 578 Bigh. 
Schuler, J. M. 567 High. 

Milk Dealers. 
Burke, James. East. cor. Curve. 
Bussey, Horace I i. East st. 
Fisher, John K. 195 Village ave. 
GAFFNEY, VINCENT J. 80 Chestnut. See 

page 84. 
LARSSON, PETER. Whiting ave., W. II See 

page 84, 
Lyons, Michael. Curve st.. E. D. 
McGowan, James. Easl st. 
Mulverhill, John C. Gay st. 
PRINCE. JAMES H. Hast st. 
WELD, E. A. 213 Highland. 
WHITE, ISAAC W. Eastst. Seepage84. 

Milliners. 
Hurley, Miss Mary P. 37 High, E. D. 
ROSE', MISS SADIE L. Milton St., W. H. See 

page 77. 
WIMS, MRS. J. F. 390 Washington. See mar 

Kin lines. 

Monumental Works. 
Allen. Philander. Eigh st. 

Mucilage Manufacturer. 
OVENS, WILLIAM. Milton St., W. H. Seepage 

79. 

Music Teachers. 
Foot, Arthur. High st. 
Gribb, Elizabeth L. Sanderson ave., ( >. 
Gibb, John L. Sanderson ave.. 0. 
GRIGGS, SUSIE S. (Piano and Organ.) 278 

Highland. P. O. box 290. 
Josselyn, Miss Nellie. Church st. 
NICHOLS, MRS. ELIJAH B. (Violin, Mandolin, 

Guitar, and Banj o.J Sandy Vallej Road. Tel. 

connection. 
O'Callaghan, Francis. 290 High. 
I rCallaghan, Lorette. 290 High. 
Thayer, Arthur W. 6 Highland. 
Tracy, Miss Mary J. Bussey St., W. H. 
Weathers. M. Louise. Bates Court. 

Newsdealers and Periodicals. 
DEDHAM NEWS AGENCY. C.J.Davis, Mana 

ger. 380 "Washington. Seepage 78. 
Doherty, Mrs. Hannah. 580 High. 
FORD, FRANK B. Walnut St., E. D. 
Maloney, M. .1. High st., E. D. 

Newspaper— Weekly. 
THE DEDHAM TRANSCRIPT. High, cor. 

Washington. 

Nurses. 
Buttimer, Fannie J. 70 Church. 
HOWLAND, EMMA M. 89 County. 
Page, Hattie. Court st. 
Quade, Mrs. A. .Mill Lane. W . II. 
Whiting. Anna J. Maverick st. 

Opticians. 
PLACE, C. D. & CO. Room 705, 17 Winter St., 

Boston, ami Pond st.. Westw 1. See page 78 

Painters Carriage. 
ALDEN, A. 415 Washington. See margin lines. 
LYNAS.J.&CO. Washington st. Islington, W. 
WATSON, REDFORD S. 56 Church 

Painters-House. 
ALDEN, A. 415 Washington. See margin lines. 
BAKER BROS. High st.. Westw. ..,.1. P. O. box 

14. See page 82. 
CLISBY, 0. T. Walnut st.. E. D. See page 82 
Gaffeny&Cody. Bussey St., E. D. 



TOILET REQUISITES, 
PERFUMES. ETC. 

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LEONARD. THOMAS F. 58 School 
Quinlan, w illiam 365 Washington 
Regan, < lornelius. i »ff Whil ii 
SEMPLE, JAMES. 15 Westfleld See pa 
SOUTHWELL, JOHN W. & CO. Milton t 

1 1 See page 82. 
Tully, Thomas S 288 I lourt. 
WATSON, REDFORD S. 56 I Ihurcb 
WEEKS, A. L. Eastern 

Painters— Sign. 
ALDEN, A. 115 Washington. See margin lines. 
CLISBY. O. T. Walnut St., E. D. See pa 
LEONARD, THOMAS F. 53School. See] 
LYNAS, J. & CO. Washington St., Islington, 

Westw I. 

SOUTHWELL, JOHN W. & CO. Milton si I 

D. See page 82. 
WATSON. REDFORD S. 56 I Ihurch. 
WEEKS, A. L. Eastern ave. 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 
FISHER & ELLIS. Washington, cor. Scl I 



Se 



pag 



Russell. Charles' Son. High st. 

BAKER BROS. High St., Westw 1. P.O.box, 

n. See page 82. 
CLISBY, 0. T. Walnut st., E. D. Seepaj 
LEONARD, THOMAS F. 53 School. Seepage 

Milton St., E. 

Milton 



so. 



SOUTHWELL, JOHN W. & CO. 

I). See page 82. 
SWARTZ, CHARLES & SON. 

four corners, E. D. 
WARREN, A. ELW00D. 18 Richards. 

Photographer. 
Guild, J. I-'. 575 High. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
BABCOCK, FRANCIS L. i:. Walnut st Office 

hours until 8 a. m.. 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m. 

Tel., 59-2 Dedham. 
CHASE, JOHN W. 20 Court. Office hours, 8 to 

9 a. in., l to 3, ; to8 p. ni. 
DREW, F. PRESCOTT, Milton St., Postofflce 

Bldg., W. II. i n'liee hours till 9 a. m.. 
7.00 to 8.30 p. in. 
Finn. Edwin w. Franklinsq. 
HODGDON. ANDREW H. Maple Place. Office 

hours till 9 a. m., 1.30 to 2.30, ?to8 p. m. Tel. 

HOFFSEs! GRANVILLE E. Walnut St., W H 
Office hours. 7 to '.I a. m.. - 2 to 4, 7 to 9 p. in. 

Miller, Edward A. Insurance Building. 

PEARCE. MARY ALICE. Office hours, 9 to 10 
a. m., 2 to 4,1 t<> 8 p. m., except Thursdays 

Sun. lays. 9 to I 11 a. in. < . reeiileat' Bldg., Wash 

ington st. 

PRATT, JOHN W. 34Schoolst. Office hours, 
8 to 9 a in ,2 to 8, '. to 8 p. m. Teleph 

SOUTHGATE, GEORGE A. 30 Court. Office 
hours, s t" 9 a. in.. 2 to4 p. in. 

SOUTHGATE, ROBERT W. 2 Commonwealth 
ave.. Boston, i ifflce hours, l to i p. m. Sun- 
day only by appointment. Tel., 180 Back Bay 
Dedham hours, till 9 a. m., 6 to ! p. m 30 

WORTHINGTON. ARTHUR MORTON. 122 
Washington. ( »ffice hours, s to 9 a no . 
; to8p in-, and all night. Telephone. 

Piano Tuners. 
IVERS, CHARLES F. 26 Marion, cor. Washing- 
ton. 

L1TTLEFIELD. J. A. High st., Westw 1 

Piano and Furniture Movers. 
BOWMAN. WILLIAM H. Office, 220 East. Res., 

;.l ( lark. Se.- page v l 
LIPS. FREDERICK. Bussey si E. D 
WEIKER, WILLIAM F. Main st., Medfleld. 

Tel., 1 185 Boston. See page 72. 



f MRS. J. P. 

\ 390 WASHINGTON ST., 



WIMS, I 

DEDHAM, MASS. ( 



Millinery. 



FISHER'S INSURANCE AGENCY 



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E D. See 



Pigeon Fancier. 
Benson, A. P. Ea>t si 

Plasterer. 
GOULD, WILLIAM B. Milton i 
page - 

Plumbers. 

HARRIS. JOHN H. Boyden sq., E. D. 

Kerr, Joseph B. Washington st. 

WINN, EVERETT J. 545 Washington. Seepage r6 

Pottery. 
DEDHAM POTTERY CO. H.C.Robertson. Off 
High st.. E. D. 

Poulterers. 

Burwell, Harold. Endicott st. 

PORTER. GEORGE A. Washington st See 

margin lim-s. 
Whitney, L. W. < ledar st.. E. D. 
WHITNEY, MOSES F. Kendall, cor. School. 
Walpole. See page 82 

Poultry Supplies. 
GODING BROS. Whiting ave., E. D. 

Power Launches. 
SHATSWELL, H. K. & CO. 398 Washington. 

Printers. 
McQuillen, Hugh H. High, cor. Washington. 
Wheeler, C. G. 682 High. 

Real Estate. 

BROWN, E. N. Highland ave 

HUMPHREY, HENRY D. 628 High. See margin 

lines. 
McQuillen, II II. High, cor. Washington. 
SCHULZ, ADOLPH F. A. Room 6, 878 Washing- 
ton. See page 79, 
Wardle, John, Jr. I takdale ave. 
Woods, CharlesS Walnut st.. E. D. 
Registrar of Probate. 
( ..1,1.. Jonathan. 161 < lourt. 

Restaurant. 
SALEMME, D. 886 Washington. Seepage88. 

Roofer. 
hARRIS, JOHN H. (Tin.) Boyden Sq., W. H. 

Soap Manufacturer. 
Henahan, James. Curve, cor. Center, E. D. 

Sporting Goods. 
DAVIS, CHARLES J. 880 Washington. See 
page re 

Stables. 
Raj mond \i temus a 82 High, E, I' 
Scarry. Ji ihn Eastern ai e, 

i i Sale i 21 Eastern a,\ .■ 
TOOMEY, GEORGE W. 851 Washington See 
margin lire's. 

Steam and Hot Water Heating. 
HARRIS, JOHN H. Boyden Sq . E, D. 
WINN, EVERETT J. 545 Washington. See page 

Stoves and Ranges. 
HARRIS, JOHN H. Boyden Bq E D 
Russell, ' lharles' Son. High si 
Tailors. 

See also Merchant 'I i 

GERRISH & LITTLEFIELD. (Ladies' Talloi 
Rooi ' b Bloi i. '■' | - Vi ashlngton 

Meyer, ( (scar High I E. D 



Taxidermist. 
Clark, James T. Cedar st.. O. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
BOWMAN, WILLIAM H. 220 East. See page ^1 
Gass, Daniel E. 72Needham, 
Houghton, J. A. 338 High. 
Htitt. William. Needham st. 
LIPS, FRaDERICK. Bussev St., E. D. 
WHITE, J. W. 66 Barrows. Seepage80. 
Telegraph and Telephone Stations. 
Telegraph, t >ffice at N. v.. N. H. & H. R. R. Sta 

tion. 
Telephone. Central Office, Insurance Block, 
Pearl, cor. High. 

Tin and Wooden Ware. 
FISHER & ELLIS. Washington st. See page 
78. 

Toilet Articles. 
WIMS, MRS. J. F. 390 Washington. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Town Clerk. 
HILL, DON GLEASON. High st. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
SMITH & HIGGINS. 89 Milton, E. D. See page 

81. 
Wilson. J. W. High st. 

Upholsterers. 
Gordon. A. 04 Church st. 
Moore, J. E. 10 Washington, 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. Agent. 100 High St., 
Boston. See page 3. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
KIGGEN, J. M. Hyde Park. Dedham offices*! 

Shine's anil Scarry's stables. Tel. on. 

KNOBEL, EDWARD. Offices at Ti tey's 

stable. I)., also Market st.. Norwood Res , 
i , - eetdi idge si I »edhain. Tel C< in 

Wallpapers. 
SWARTZ, CHARLES & SON. Milton st.. n. four 

corners. 
Walker. E. Whiting ave. 

Watchmaker and Repairer. 
GUILD, GEORGE A. 100 Washington. Seepage 

Waterworks. 
I tedham Water < !o, 

Wheelwrights. 
Fell, John V. 50 Church. 
McDonald, Alexander L ill Washington. 
PHILLIPS, CHARLES E. East, cor. High. See 

page 84 
small. E I. Whiting ave., E. D. 

Wood and Coal. 
FISHER-CHURCHILL CO., THE. High, cor. 

I Ian ard. See pa e ■ 
FRENCH, SAMUEL C. High St., Westw 

Tel, 54 8 Dedham See page K 
GODING BROS. Whiting ave., E. D. 
LIPS. FREDERICK. Bussej si E. D 



Merchant" 

E, l» 



Woolen Mill. 

u ii Mill i Fan 



MIIS. E. A. CHASE, 

SUMMER BOARD. 

Accommodations for Permanent and Transient Guests. Clean; Comfortable Rooms, 

in GOOD location. BLECTBIC CARS PASS THE DOOR. 

IS WCSTFIELD ST., DEDHAM, IV1ASS- 

I CEORCE W. TOOMEY'S | Partlei Accommodated at Short 

STABLE, Notice and Reasonable Rates. 

LthingtoD si Dedham, llasi I Telephone Connection. 



For a Fine Turnout 



CO TO 



MEDWAY, 1VIA.SS. BOSTON, .^2 KILBY «T. TELEPHONES; 
MED WAY, F»AY STATION J BOSTON, 1 'K)N. 

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FOXBORO. MASS. 



Was settled previous to 1700, and was formerly a pari of Wrentham, Walpole, and Stoughton. 
Incorporated June loth. 177*. [t is located in Norfolk County, fourteen miles south of Dedham, on 
the northern division of the N Y . N ll . ami 1 1 I; R Connected directly by elecf ric car lines with 
Mansfield, Waltham, and Walpole. [tsarea is L9.9square miles, and comprises the villages of East 

Foxboro. West Foxboro, and Foxvale, and ranks tl ne hundred and twenty-fifth place of popula 

tionand commercial importance in the state The Massachusetts Eospital f or Dipsomaniacs and 
Inebriates is located here. Population, U S. census 1890,2,933. State census 1895,3,219 Valuation, 
real estate, 81,718,880, personal property, $290,120. Total. 82,004.500, No. of polls, 880 Rate of tax, 
814.50. 



FOXBORO POSTOFFICES. 

FOXBORO. 

W. H. TORREY. Postmaster 
Office hours 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. i >ffice closed from 10 a. m to 4 p. m. 

Mails open 7:45, 8:15, 9:30, 10:00 a. m., 12:00n 1,1:30,5:30, 7:30, 7:45 p. m. Mails close 6:50, 8:50 a. in.. 

12:00 noon, 3:50, 4:30. 6:50, 7:10 p. m. 

EAST FOXBORO. 

JANE P. MARTIs. Postmistress 

Office hours from 6 a. m to8p m 

Mails open 8:00, 11:00 a. m., 1:10, 5:10 p. m. Mails close 8 15 a m., 12:80, 2:45, 1:80 p m 

FOXVALE. 

CHARLES C. WILBUR, Postmaster. 

< Ifflce hours from 7:00 a. m. to 7:30 p. m 

Mails open 9:15 a. m., 7:15 p. m. Mails close 7:80 a m. x 4:30p m. 

NORTH FOXBORO. 

SARAH A. BOYDEN, Postmistress. 
i >ffice hours 6:30 a m. to r:30 p. m. 
Mails open 7:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m. Mails close 6:40a. m. 



TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT GAS. FREE OF 
CHARGE, IF I AM TO MAKE NEW SET. 

D$. C. A. LESLIE, DENTIST, 

Residence, Sharon, Mass. 

IN FOXBORO, Crocker Building, Central Street, every Monday, Wednesday, and 

Saturday, from 12.3° to 5- 
IN WALPOLE, Plimpton Block, every Tuesday and Thursday, from 1.30 to 5. 
IN SHARON, Chestnut Street, near Town Hall, every forenoon and Friday afternoon. 



Toilet Articles r/| r> C I ET W I M Q ! TOILET REQUISITES. 

And Medicinal Skin IVIrVOa U« T. VVIIVIO- MIIIINCDY 

Pr<>n»ra/inn.«. \ ion WiSHINnTON ST.. DEDHAM IILLIUCKI. 



Preparations. \ 390 WASHINGTON ST., DEDHAM 



umber of all Kinds 



A F UCTniF & QflVC \ shingles, mouldings, 
\j. f. JltllALt <\ oUflo, -; floorings, packing cases, 
Franklin, Mass. • mill work. 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




WILLIAM FERGUSON, 
FLORIST. 

STANDARD and FANCY VARIETIES OF 
CARNATIONS. 
LADY CAMPBELL VIOLETS. 

Orders Delivered. 

TELEPHONE FERGUSON'S DRUG STORE. 

Greenhouses, Union St., 

FOXBORO, MASS. 



Eagle Bicycles. 

Gash or Installments. 

Old Wheels taken in Exchange. 

AGENT FOR 

MANSFIELD and WRENTHAM. 

W.E.SHANNESSY, 

Cocasset St., - Foxboro, Mass. 



A. F. BELCHER, 

FLORIST, Bassett St., FOXBORO, MASS. 




Floral Work of every Description at all seasons of the year. 



I. F. BUSHNELL, 



DEALER IN 



Pure Lake and Hygiene 

ICE. 

All Orders Promptly Attended to. 

Oak St., Foxboro, Mass. 



AlbertFisher, 

CONTRACTOR MASON. 
All Kinds of 

MASONRY 

and 

PLASTERING 

Promptly Done. 
Office and Residence, 

Main, near Granite St. 
FOXBORO, MASS. 



C. CALVIN SUMNER, 




proprietor 

cocasset house stable. 

FIRST-CLASS TEAMS and 
HACKS for WEDDINGS, 

FUNERALS, and 

PLEASURE DRIVING. 

Also Barges for Parlies and 

Organizations at Reasonable 

Prices. 
CARRIAGE AT DEPOT ON 

ARRIVAL OF TRAINS. 
Telephone Connection. 

All work promptly and 
faithfully done. 

FOXBORO, MASS. 



House Painter 



O. A SMITH, 
Maplp Avf. Residence. Park Ave. 
FOXHORO, MASS. 



\ PAPER HUNGER. 



DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES. 



F=. 7X. PETTEE, 

FOXBORO. 



AM. REFERENCE B< >< )K OF FOXBORO. 



98 



FOXBORO CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST.— First Baptist, School St.. Rev, E. T. DeWoIfe, pastor 
CONGREGATIONAL.— Bethany Congregational, RockhilJ St., Rev. .1. W. Flag • p 
EPISCOPAL.— St. Mary's Episcopal, South, cor. Market, Rev. Horace li. Buck, p i 
EVANGELICAL. -Union Evangelical Chapel, Bast Foxboro, n > settled pastor 

Evangelical Society. Foxvale, ao settled pastor 
METHODIST. —Methodist Episcopal Church, School St., Rev. W. ('. Keeler. pastor 
ROMAN CATHOLIC— St. Mary's Roman catholic, church St.. Rev, J. !•' Broderick, pastor 
UNIVERSALIST.— Univcrsalist Church, Bird St., Rev. John Ellis, pastor. 



FOXBORO INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. Foxboro Lodge, No. 106. Meets first and third 

Monday evenings of each mouth in Williams & Appleby's hall. Cocasset st 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.-E. P. Carpenter Post, No. 91. 
Sons of Veterans.— I. H. Bonney Camp, No. 58. 
Woman's Relief Corps.— E. P. Carpenter W. R. C, No. 41. -Meets second and fourth Tiie* 

day evenings of each month in K. of H. hall. South St. 
INDEPENDENT* ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. -Foxboro Lod>,'e, No. 191.— Meets every Monday 

night in Union hall, Main. cor. Rockhill St. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Excelsior Lodge, No. 87.— Meets Friday evening 

Of each week at Odd Fellows hall. Central St. 
Columbia Lodge, No. 121, Daughters of Rebekah. Meets s, ad and fourth Thursday 

evenings of each month in < >dd Fellows hall. < lentral St. 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.— Victory Lodge, No. 1002.— Meets first and third Tuesday evenings of each 

month in K. of H. hall. South St. 
MASONIC— St. Alban's Lodge, A. F. A. M. — Regular communications Mondaj on or before full 

moon at Masonic hall. Rockhill St. 

Royal Arch Chapter. — Meets Thursday on or after the full m i at Mas. .id.- hall. Rockhill St. 

Order of the Eastern Star.— Easter Chapter, No. 47. Meets after the full moon a t Masonic 

hall, Rockhill St. 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.— Foxboro Grange, No. 193.— Meets se< I and fourth Wednesdaj 

evenings of each month in Orange hall, Bird St. 
SONS OF TEMPERANCE. Meets first and third Thursdays of each month at Foxvale. 
UNITED ORDER GOLDEN CROSS.— Foxboro Commandery, No. 146. Meets Aral and third 

Wednesday evenings of each month in Williams & Appleby's hall, < tocassel St. 
UNITED ORDER PILGRIM FATHERS. Cocasset Colony, No. 130. Meets second and fourth 

Monday evenings of each month in K. of 11. hall. South St. 



FRANK N. DAVIS, 



DEALER IN 



PURE MILK 

Put up in glass jars and 
delivered in Foxboro. 

Also Furniture Mover and Teaming. 



main street. 



foxboro, pss. 



e, emily nuns, 

nurse:. 

Cocasset, cor. South Street, 
FOXBORO, - MASS. 



DRESSMAKER '.Mini no. 



Satisfaction assured 
FOXBORO. 'as to fit and making, 



LUMBER OF,0,f. METCALF 6t SONS, * Shingles. Mouldings, 

<- ^ ... am 1 Floorings, Packing 

ALL kinds. \ Franklin, Mass. | Cases, Mill Work. 



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l_E\A/IS BELCHER. 

EmDaimer and Funeral Director, 

Residence and Warercoms, 6 Garfield 
St. First house on left from Main St. 

FOXBORO, MASS. 

Telephone and Telegraph Calls Promptly Attended to. 




IF 1 . 1. SH^.CIESIIL J IB~2", 

BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS. 

Sole agent in this vicinity for the celebrated QUEEN QUALITY shoes for ladies 

and the CRAWFORD shoe for wen. Team in Sharon on Monday, Norfolk 

on Wednesday, Wrentham on Thursday, Walpole on Friday of each week. 

CENTRAL STREET, - - FOXBORO, IVIASS. 



E,ZRfl G. 60MD,y, 

ATTORNEY AND 
COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 

American Building, 
South St., - FOXBORO, MASS 



TELEPHONE, 6-6. 



C. W. HODGES & SON, 

Real Esme and Insurance flgenis 

Justice of the Peace. 

Union Building;, 
Main St., - - Foxboro, Mass. 



For all kinds of Cigars and 
Tobacco, the best TEA and 
COFFEE, also the latest 
Publications and the Daily 
Papers, go to 

GRAYS NEWS STOKE. 

CENTRAL STREET, FOXBORO, MASS. 



JOHN W. RICHARDSON. 



JOHN B. HODGES 



RICHARDSON & HODGES, 



Dealers in 



DRY ID FANCY GOODS. 

GENTS" FURNISHINGS* TRUNKS and BAGS. 
Union Building, - - Foxboro, Mass. 



TK. H. St 7X. R. YOUNG, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

LADIES', MISSES'. AND CHILDREN'S STRAW AND FELT HATS, 

And proprietors of Young's Dve House and 31eachcr> Manilas. Palms, Grass, Chips, Leghorns, and all 
kinds of straw done in the b« t manner. All colors guaranteed. Toe utmost care and prompt attention 
given to all work received by us. 
i ... tory, ik. -i ■<■ ■ i >t.. i 'iixiim ... Ma**. - - sj, i,. si- i, <;:.-> Broadwny, New York. 

_f. \AS. CARPENTER S. SON, 

Contractors <™</ Builders. 

< Careful Estimate Furnished on nil Kinds 
ni Carpenter Work and Jobbing. 

Shop <ind Resldencbi Carpenter St., Foxboro, Mass. 

PAINTER:, - E, s ™OT,.l PAPER HANGER. 




Pry Goods, Boots and Shoes, 



/ F. 



AND l:i:i KKI'.Ni K l;< »<>K <>l l-'oX B< IR< 



A. PETTEE, 
FOXBORO. 

95 



FOXBORO ELECTRIC STREET CARSERVICE. 

Cars leave FOXBORO for MANSFIELD at 5.45. a. m., then every hall hour till 10.45, First car 
Sunday, 7.15 a. m. 

Cars for MANSFIELD connect with those for NORTON, 4.TTLEBORO TA1 NTON NORTH 
EASTON, and BROCKTi »N. 

Cars leave MANSFIELD for FOXBORO at 6.00 a. m., then every half hour till 11.00 p. m First 
car Sunday 7.30 a. m. 

Cars leave FOXBORO for SOUTH \V.\ U'< U.K. W \L1'( >I.E < 'ENTRE, and I &.ST WALPOl 
6.15 a. in., fchenevery half hour till 11.15 p. m. 10.45 p. ra cargoes to WALPOLE CENTR] 
11.15 p. m. car goes to SO. WALPOLEonly. Fisri car Sundaj 7.45a. m 

Cars for EAST WALl'i >LE connect there for NORWOOD. DEDH AM in DE PARE, and B< »S1 1 »N 

Cars leave KAST WALP< >i.K for F< »XB< >R< i and MANSFIELD at 6 30a m . then every half hour 
till 11.00 p. m. 10.30 and 11. mi p. m. cars to SOUTH WALPolk c.nlv. First car Sundaj 8.80a m. 

Time table for electric line to WRENTHAM, 1- RANK I.I \\ MEDWAY, MEDFIELD. and. 
DEDHAM not ready when directory goes t<> press 



FOXBORO FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



BOX. 

25. Central st.. opp. Hedges Bros.' 

27 ( 'entral St., Foxvale. 

31. Corner Baker and Bird sts. 

::■.' Curner < 'entral and South Sts. 

-11. Corner Granite and Market sts. 

1:.'. Main st.. opp. Castilo's Simp. 

43. Granite st., opp. Ross 1 Mills. 

it. Granite st.. opp. Young's Shop 

45. Privatt — State Hospital. 



Shop. 



BOX. 

46. No. Foxboro, at K R. ( !ri >e 

51. Corner Mechanics Bt. and Neponset ave 

52. Corner Leonard and <'..<-a~s,-i sts 

53. Bast Foxboro, opp. Martis's Store. 
">i i !orner < »ak and t locasset sts 

55. Corner Chestnut and Cocassel sts 

hi. SiMith st,. opp. Foundry. 

<;•,'. Corner Water and South sts. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE 



BETWEEN BOSTON AND FOXBORO. 

DISTANCE 25 MILES. 

one month $12 no 

Two months 22 50 

Three months 

Children under is years of age, one half 
above rates. 



Five ride ticket 



via Mansfield 

, \ ia Walpole Junction — 

. . < via Mansfield 

Single nd. ticket j v|a walpole Junction... 
Children between •"> and i'-' years ol age, 

I \ia Mansfield 

Single tare . walpole Junction. .. 



- 
63 



The comrauntation tickets are for on.-, two. and three month- only, c immencing any week day. 
Cost of ini ID mile hook. 820.00. 



GEORGE P. WILLIAMS, 

Successor to F*. EX Willie i i is. 

Express, Coal, Hay, Lime, Brick, Etc. 

POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE CO.S OFFICE. LONG DISTANCE 

TELEPHONE. 
CABIN AND STEERAGE TICKETS 

TO OK FROM V II 

EUROPEAN POINTS. 
bv Various Lines, Foreign Drafts. 

0pp. Railroad S tation, FOXBORO, MASS. 

l m * t^ <r^ T t-w n ii r T T* -7 \ LADIES WILL FIND MY 

'MRS. IDA l-'U 1 Z*)\ WORK SATISFACTORY IN 
\ Wall Street, FOXBORO. I EVERY WAY 



DANIEL G. WHITE, I LANDSCAPE GARDENING 

AMES ST., SHARON, MASS. \ Done from Plans. Shrubbery Planted. 

96 ANTHONYS STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



FOXBORO, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : E. F.. East Foxboro : N. F.. North Foxboro ; F. V., Foxvale. 



Argricultural Implements. 
Allen, EbenezerW. Baker st. 
Read, H. C. Central st. 

Athletic Goods. 
HEDGES CYCLE CO. Central st. Telephone 6-3. 

Auctioneers. 
HODGES, C. W. & SON. Main, cor. Rockhill. 
Sf<- page '.'4. 

Baggage Express. 
WILLIAMS EXPRESS. Railroad ave., opp. 
depol Bee page 95. 

Baker. 
Fairbank, W. M. Central st. 

Band, 
Foxboro Brass Band Old Engine ll"iise, off 

: b St. 

Banks, 
irough Savings Bank. < lentral st. 
I' . ixborough Co opera! ive Hank. Wall st. 

Barbers. 
Sheridan, C. B. < lenl pal b1 
War.-. Stephen a. < lentral si 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairs. 
Ba el i Forresl < lentral st. 
HEDGES CYCLE CO. Central si Telephone 6-8 
SHANNESSY, WILLIAM E. Cocasset St. See 

Billiards and Pool. 
Booth, T, II. Central I 

Bill Poster and Distributer. 

GILSON. A. W. IS Holman, Attleboro See 

• i- 

Blacksmlths. 
i See al o Hoi e hi iers, I 
( Hark, John E < oca »e1 st . 
IGOE, WILLIAM. Cocaswl st. 
JACKSON, GEORGE. Central st. 

Bleachery. 
YOUNG. A. H. & A. F. Granite coi Pros] i 



Boarding Houses. 

Carpenter. W. L). Central, cor. Wall. 
Cook, Mrs. Lizzie M. Granite st. 
ELMHURST FARM. Mrs. Oliver S. Roby. 
Washington st. See margin inside front cover. 
(;.>ve. s. a. ( lentral st. 
Earned, George A. North st.. N. F. 

Book Cover Manufacturer. 
Watrous, Mrs. Cynthia A. Leonard st. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
PETTEE, F. A. Lincoln Blk., School st. See 

SHACKLEY. FRANK I. Central st. Seepage 
94. 

Box Manufacturers. 
Pond. V. s. & Co. Gilmore st. 

Brick Dealer. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave., opp 
Depot. See page 95. 

Cabinet Maker. 
Brown, A D. Easl st.. E. F. 

Carpet Cleaning and Laying. 

Whit taker-. William. Cocassel st . 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers. 
BUCK. A. E. Chauncy St., Mansfield. Seepage 

*> oung, w Arthur, < lentral st 

Carriage Trimmer. 
FI.NNETY, THOMAS. Wall St. 

Cesspool Cleaner. 
Dunbar, C. B P 1 1 bos B65, 

Cider and Vinegar. 
HOWARD, CHARLES E. I' O. address, Easl 

Foxboro Residence, Mansfield st . Sharon, 

Bee page 106 
Ryan, Michael Depol Bq. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
GRAY. H. F. Central st. See page 94 



PAINTER. 



i g. A. SMITH, I Paper Hanging and all 

Msplo Ave - kimiM of Painting >i »t 

I EoBidence, Park Ave , foxboro. / Reasonable Notice. 



OSCAR L. DORR, f < 



MARKET I 
rAKl )KNER. I 



Sharon Heights, mass. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OP FOXBORO. 



Civil Engineers. 

Jones, Henry T. I Irani st . 
Turner, Geo' L. Bentwood st. 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings. 
Brennan, J. W. School st. 

Hartshorn, Arthur J, ( tentral st 

Coal and Wood. 
BEMIS, A. F. Wall st. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave., opp. 
Depot. See page 95. 

Contractors— Carpenters. 
Bourne, T. B. South st. 
CARPENTER, J. W. & SON. Carpenter st. 

See page 94, 
Egan. Harry L. Garfield st. 
HAYES, J. N. Coeasset st. 
Hodgden, Benp H. Coeasset st.. E, V. 
Scott, G. W. Baker st. 
Truax. E. B. Pond ave. 
Wilbur, S. S. Spring St., I- '. V. 

Contractors Masons. 

Alexander, E. F. Granite st 
APPLEBY, A. A. Market st 
FISHER, ALBERT. Main St., n. Granite. See 

page 92. 
Hartshorn, G. W. Granite st. 
WALTON, THOMAS N. Leonard st. 

Dentists. 
LESLIE, C. A. Crocker's Blk. See page 91. 
POWERS, ROBERT M. South, cor. Central. 

Dressmakers. 
BRITTON, MRS. M. R. Main st. 
Gorham. Mrs. Ada B. School st. 
Igol. Miss Alice M. Leonard st. 
rUTZ, MRS. IDA M. Wall st. See margin lines. 
Ripley. Miss Jennie K. Mechanics st. 

Druggists. 
FERGUSON, WILLIAM A. Central st. 
Newton, Howard E. Central, cor. South St. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
CROCKER, WM. B., AGT. South st. 
MATTHEWS, MISS S. B. School st.. n. Rockhill. 
PETTEE, P. A. 10 School. Sec margin lines. 
RICHARDSON & HODGES. Union Bldg., head 

of School st. See page 94. 
Smith. A. L. & Co. School st. 

Dyers. 
YOUNG, A. H. & A. F. Granite, cor. Prospecl 

st. See page 94. 

Electricians. 
Carpenter. Frank C. Bird st. 
Morton, E. C. Coeasset st. 

Electric Light Co. 
Foxborough Electric Co. Bear Wall St. 

Express Company. 
EARL & PREWS EXPRESS. Geo. I' Williams. 

Agt. »>pp. Railroad Station. 
NEW YORK & BOSTON DISPATCH EXPRESS 

CO. Geo. F. Williams. Agt. Opp. Railroad 

Station. 
WILLIAMS, GEO. F. Railroad ave. opp. 

Depot. See page 95. 

Fertilizers. 
Ryan. Michael. Depot sq. 

Firearms and Ammunition. 
HEDGES CYCLE CO. Central st. Telephone 



Fish Dealers. 
Butterworth, E. E. Wall -t. 
( lopeland. E. M i Peddler i < Ihestnt 

Florists. 
BELCHER, A. F. Bassettst. See pat 
FERGUSON, WILLIAM. Union 81 See page 

9SS. 
HORRIGAN, J. P. 0. address, Bast Foxboro 

Greenhouses. Mansfield St., Sharon See page 

108. 
PETTEE, G. M. (Carnations.. Main St. 
Pond, John H. Carpenter si 
small. X. s. Garfield st 
WASHBURN, W. h. Main st. See inside front 

cover, 

Foundry. 
Foxboro Foundry Co. South st. 

Fruit and Confectionery. 
Bassett, John. Wall. cor. Central. 
< lorey, Arthur w. < lentral st 

Fruit and Vegetables, Gardener and Dealer. 
R08Y, OLIVERS. Washington st. See inside 
front ci n er. 

Furniture Dealer. 
Hodges, C. G. Main. cor. Rockhill. 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 
DAVIS, FRANK N. Main st. See page 93 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave., opp 

Depot. See page 95. 

General Store. 
Martis. (has. E. Opp. Station.. E. F. 

Graphophones and Supplies. 
HEDGES CYCLE CO. Central st. Telephone 6-8 

Grocers. 
Godfrey, H. S. & Son. School st. 
Hawes & Griffiths. Wall st. 
Maim. w. F. Coeasset st. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
Dixon R. M. Central st. 
Swift, E. B. Market st. 
Turner Bros < lent ral st. 

Harness Makers. 
FINNETY, THOMAS. Wall St. 
Woodward, John F. Central st. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave. opp 
Depot. See page 95 

Horse Clothing. 
FINNETY, THOMAS. Walls) 

Horses Clipped. 
SUMNER, C. CALVIN. Coeasset st Seepage 
92. 

Horse Shoers. 
See also Blacksmit bus 
IGOE, WILLIAM. Coeasset -: 
JACKSON, GEORGE. Central st 

Hospital. 
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and 
Inebriates, chestnut st. 
Hotels. 
Coeasset Eouse, Cocass 
Elm Tree Inn. Wall st . 
Hotel Kildare Bird st. 

Ice Dealers. 
BUSHNELL. I. F. i »ak st, See pa§ 

( lastilo, William. Mechanic- si 



DRESSMAKING. 



Mrs. Ida Put*, 

WALL ST., FOX BOKO. 



Satisfaction 



to Fit 
and 
laranteed. 



DANIEL G. WHITE, 

AMES ST., SHARON, MASS. 



flu Kinds of Grafting and Pruning 

DONE IN THE BESI MANNER. 



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Insurance Agents. 
Carpenter, .1. T. South, cor. Carpenter, 
Carpenter. L. E. Market, cor. Rockhill. 
HODGES, C. W. & SON. Union Bldg., Main st. 
See page 94. 

Jeweler. 
Payson, J. A.. Jr. Central st. 
Laundries. 
im Laundry. Mechanics -t 
RICHARDSON & HODGES. Agents for Lewan 
do's Laundry. Union Bldg.. opp. School st. 
See page 94. 
Sullivan, C. J. Granite st. 

Lawyers. 
CARPENTER, ROBERT W. Bird st 



See^front 

Unerican Building. South st. 

Boston 



a, Uriah W, 



Millers. 
EBtate of. 



< irth bI . N. F 



Millinery. 

mi. Main, cor. Rockhill st 
Ladd, N B I entral -t 

Music Folios and Bindings. 
Mechanics st . 

HUSic Teachers. 
Bern!* Addle Jewetl s.,ui h Bt, 
Bourne VHhh Susie II South st 
. I • . 1 1 1 1 -. • r i . Annie M Howard Place 

on \iinn' L, s.iut I, -i 

Newsdealer and Stationer. 
BRAY, H. 1 • . pa ■■ 94 



COMEY, EZRA C. 

WARREN, JOSEPH F. Mechanics st. 

office, 50 State st. Telephone, 3503-3. 
WILLIAMS &COPELAND. R as, 13, 14, and 

15, 53 Tremoni st. Telephone, Haymarket 

'-stun. 
Wills. .n. a. E. East Foxboro. 

Library. 
Boyden Library. 

Lime and Cement. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave., opp. 
Depot. See page 95. 

Lumber. 
CARPENTER, J. W. & SON. Carpenter st. 

See page 94. 
Pond, V. S. <£ Co Gilmore st. 
Wilbur, s. s. Spring, ..pp. County, Foxvale. 

Meats and Provisions. 
Bui terworth, E. E. < locasset st. 
1 look, Silas L. South st. 
Dow, .1. II. & Co. Centra] st. 

Men's Furnishings. 
CROCKER, WILLIAM B., Agt. South St. 
PETTEE, F. A. Lincoln blk., Scl I st. See 

margin lines. 
RICHARDSON & HODGES. Union Bldg., opp 

head of School si See page 94. 

Milk Dealers. 
COMEY, HERMON A. Mechanics st. 
DAVIS, FRANK N. Main si See page 98. 

P Easl st., E. I-'. 
Perry, William I. High st. 
ROBY, OLIVER S. Washington st. See inside 

front • 
Shepherd. Lew is. South st. 
WHITE. W. N. Mam ,, Washington 



Newspaper. 
FOXBORO REPORTER. (Weekly.) J. H. Al- 
den. Prop'r. Schoolst. See inside front cover. 

Nurses. 
Brown, Mrs. Mary E. South st. 
Greyson, Mrs. Lillian. South st. 
Shaw. Mrs. Eben. Leonard st. 
SIMMONDS, E. EMILY. ( '...asset st. Seepage 
93. 

Oil Company. 
STANDARD OIL CO. I Boston Dept.) Off Wall 
st. Geo. K. Williams. Agt. 

Painters— Carriage. 
Morton, A. <;. < locasset st. 
Murphy. E. F. Central st. 

Painters— House. 
Kenipton. William. Union st. 
Packard. R. .1. Mechanics st. 
Simmons, Charles A. Chestnut st. 
Simmons. <;. W. Chestnut st. 
SMITH, C. A. Maple ave. see margin lines. 

Paper Hanger. 
SMITH, C. A. Maple ave. See margin lines. 

Pattern Maker. 
KINGMAN, F. B. Leonard st. 

Photographer. 

Nichols. A. M. Centennial st. 

Physicians. 
Bragg, Francis A. Schoolst. 
CROCKER, B. P. South, cor. Market st. Office 

hours, s to 9 a. m.. i to :s and after ? p. m. 

Telephone 10-6. 
Crocker. Willard C. Baker st. 
Fuller, K. II. Central st . 

saw yer, 1 larleton. South st. 

Piano and Furniture Mover. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave . opp. 

I lep. >t . See paLTe 95. 

Piano Tuner. 
Richards, H. L. Mechanics st. 

Plumber. 
Purcell, A. .1. Garfield st. 
Swift, Edward B. Market, a. Rockhill. 

Poulterers. 
FREEMAN, A. E. Off Green st. 

I .. n .land. Samuel, ( ireen st . 

' >i ii/. .1. K. East st.. E. F, 

ROBY, OLIVER S. Washington st. See mar 

uin iiiM.ie fronl <•■ ,\ er 
Shephard, W I 22 South. 
si, .a.-. Daniel. North st, N. F. 

Printer. 
ALDEN.J. H. Schoolst. See inside front cover. 

Print Works. 
Mansfield Print Works. Main st., a. Mansfield 
line. 

Real Estate. 
HODGES, C. W. & SON. Main st Bee page 94. 
Wells, H E. Rockhill, □ Market Bt 

Restaurant. 
\ 1 1 bur W, < lent ral si . 
Shoddy Goods Manufacturers. 

Bee mi Bro East at, E, F. 

Slater. 
Harrison, I iharles 12 Mechanic 



Painter. 



C A 



IN/I I T H, 

Rctldeoce, Park Ave. FOXBORO. 



»i,„,. 



>i 



\ Paper Hanging and Paint- 
ing in all its branches 
(Properly and Promptly done. 



OSCAR L. DORR, 



MARKET 

( i.\ Wl >ENER 



snaron Heignis. mass. 



AND REFERENi I BOOK OP FOXBORO. 



99 



Soap Manufacturer. 
W lley Soap Manufacturing Co. s.mtli si 

Stables. 
Castilo, P. Wall st. 
DILL, J. S. Church, cor. Central st. 
SUMNER, C. CALVIN. Cocassel st.. aex< to 
( locasset Bouse. See page ! 2. 

Stationer. 
ALDEN, J. H. School st. See inside fronl 
cover. 

Steamship Ticket Agent. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F. Railroad ave., opp. 

Depot. See pa^e 95. 

Straw Goods Manufacturers. 
BEMIS, A. F. HAT CO. Wall st. 
< lastilo, John & Co. Main sr. 
CatonBros. < >pp. Railroad Station. 
liiiuan ^ Kimball. Bird st. 
YOUNG, A. H. & A. F. Granite, cor. Prospect. 
See payre 94. 

Tailor. 
Allen, Edgar W. 12 Main. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
Cook, George T. Smith st. 
DAVIS, FRANK N. Main st. See pas 
FREEMAN, A. E. oft' ( liven st. 
HOWARD, CHARLES E. P. < >. address, Easl 

Foxboro. Residence. Manstieid st.. Sharon. 

See page inn. 
Knight, C. W. South, n. West. 
WARREN, HENRY G. Mechanics St., cor. 

Neponset ave. 



■1-1' 



WILLIAMS. GEORGE F. I 
Depol See page U5 

Teas and Coffees. 
GRAY, H. F. ( tentral -t •-.••• page ...i 

Telegraph and Telephone. 
Postal Telegraph and i !able Co At Gi 

Williams 1 office, opp, I »epi >i 
Telephone Exchange and Paj Station. Williams' 

l .'.. press * iffice, opp I 'epol 

Trunks and Bags. 
RICHARDSON & HODGES. Union Bldg., opp. 
bead of Scl I st. S» 

Undertaker and Embalmer. 
BELCHER, LEWIS. 6 Garfield. See page 94. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. 100 High, Boston = 

Veterinary Medicines. 
SUMNER. C. CALVIN. Cocassel St., next to 

lintel See DagC 92 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Draper, A. w. Cocassel Bouse Stable 

Lillyman, K. <;. r. n Main. opp. Bentw I 

YOUNG, C. C. Cocassel Bouse Stable. 

Wood Dealers. 
( larpenter, G. a. .Main st. 
Dixon, Arnold D. I ihestnut st. 
HEWEY, LORENZO U. OffElmst. See, 
HOWARD, CHARLES E. r " all,- Easl 

Foxboro. Residence, Mansfield si . Sharon. 

See page 100. 



NZO U. MKXA/EY, 



DBALhR IN 

WOOD for Family and Factory use. 

TIES for Railroads and Street Car Lines. 

TELEGRAPH and TELEPHONE Poles. 

Off Elm St., Foxboro, Mass. 

SANFORD WATERS BILLINGS, A. M., 

• SHARON, MASS., 

PRIVATE TUTOR. 

Insurance Placed in the Best of Companies. 

J. H. MCMANUS, 

DEALER IIM PURE IVI ll_ K . 

Delivered in Canton daily. Patronage solicited. 

Vegetables and Fruit in their Season. 
VIADUCT ST., SHARON, MASS. 

GEORGE L. ADAMS. 

DEALER IIM PURE MILK, 

PUT LP IN GL4SS JARS AND DELIVERED DAM IN I VNH'S 

orders lor Cream taken in Advance. 

Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, and Eggs. 

Residence, Bay Road, Sharon, Mass. 

l>. o. Box 889, Canton, Maau 

Best of Satisfaction as to 
Fit and Making 

Guaranteed. 





riri*vwimiL*>r 'MRS. iim pitz. 

KWt U<3<3llltjlft\jl ■ ' WALL ST., LOXISOKO. 



DANIEL G. WHITE ' ALL 'R olJND gardening, under glass 

Ames St., SHARON. MASS. I OR OUTSIDE WORK. 



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ESTABLISHED 1S72. 

HARPER'S CARRIAGE FACTORY. 

LIGHT CARRIAGES BUILT TO ORDER. 
CARRIAGE REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 
CARRIAGE PAINTING, TRIMMING, 
WHEELWRIGHT, AND BLACKSMITH. 

Dealer in all kinds of 

Light Carriages and Harnesses, also High Bred, Gentlemen's Driv- 
ing Horses. 



Tolman St., 



SHARON, MASS. 



MRS. ft. B. ELLIOTT, 

MILLINERY, DRY AND 
FANCY GOODS, MEN'S 
FURNISHINGS, AND ALL 
THE LATEST NOVELTIES 

From Best New York and Boston Houses 
at City Prices. 

Morse Building, 0pp. Town Hall, 

So. Main St., SHARON, MASS. 



(DRS. A. fl. DRAKE, 

FASHIONABLE ORESSMER. 

Tailor-Made Suits a 
Specialty. 



Pond St., 



SHARON, MASS. 



CRESCENT ME FARM 

SUMMER BOARDING HOUSE, 

Bay Road, East Sharon, 
H. F. MAXWELL, Prop'r. 

A quiet summer home for summer boarders. 

Pure Air, Excellent Water, High 

Grounds, a Fine Grove near the 

house, Bath Rooms, Hot and 

Cold Water, and other 

conveniences. 

Consumptive Boarders not desired. 

P <). Box 79. CANTON, MASS 



THE GLENDALE. 

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. 

This popular In nisi-, with all the comforts of 
a home, with modern conveniences, has sanitary 
plumbing, heated by furnace and hot water, in- 
suring warm, comfortable rooms during the 
winter months. 

A quiet, restful boarding place, where a limited 
number of guests can be accommodated. 

Central Location, Spanous Ground*, Shade Trees, Tennis 
and Croquet. 

Address. MRS. E. M. FERNALD, 

North Main St., - - SHARON, MASS. 




E. 



Manufacturer of 

Cider and Cider Vinegar. 

Dealer in 

AND SOF" T TTVV/Us 

Wood in any length prepared anil sold at 
yard, or delivered t<> houses within reasonable 

il i »l : 1 1 1 . •■ . 

Chestnut Fence Posts and Railroad Ties for Sale. 
Heavy and Light Teaming, 

Residence, Mansfield St.. ror. Easton. SHARON. MASS 

P. 0. Address, East Foxboro, Mass. 



ALEXANDER e: ini <3- e: i_ . , Instruction, consisting of German Gym- 

FENCINC MASTER ' "ani exercises in the open air. will l>i> given 

South Main St.. SNAUOM lUliitllS. M\SS. / i>«>tli boys and girls. i5«-»t of references. 



OSCAR L. DOER. 



mahz:et 



:Sharon Heits, Mass. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK of NORTH SHARON. 



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SHARON, MASS. 



The healthiest and it is said "the best town in the ( Commonwealth to live In." It was tl iginal 

second parish of the town of Stoughton, and was incorporated, 1765, by the m ughfonham, 

hut was soon changed to the more euphonic and Scriptural oa I Sharon. It la the i 

town in Eastern Massachusetts, and its natural scenery is exceedingly beautiful and picturesque, and 
the natural drainage is almosl perfect, li ism the summil of the watershed of the Neponset, the 
Charles, and Taunton Rivers, and although a verj large town of 24.2 square miles, nota drop of water 
runs into it from any other town, hut water runs out of Sharon into each of the several adjoining 

towns. The air and the water of Sharon can never be polluted by ] r sewerage of its neighbors. 

[ts high elevation, from two hundred to Ave hundred and thirtj feel above the sea level, and its 

extensive pine forest, together with the gravelly nature of the soil, ac< nt (or its noted bealthfnl- 

ness. Ks pure, invigorating air is dealt out alike to all, as a1 the distant mountain resorts. Some 
undiscovered law causes a large amount of ozone to always exist in the air, making it extremely 
agreeable to those who are well, and especially to those hunting for health. Sharon's wonderful 
pure spring water is widely known for its absolute purity and health-giving properties, and Is as tree 
as the soft and balmy air. A comparison side by side w ith the justly famous Poland Water : 

ANALYSIS. 



Chemical examination of the water of the Sharon 

Water t !o., made for the State Board of Health 

at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

This water contains : Parts in 100,000 

Total residue at 212° F 7.65 

Free Ammonia 0. 

Albuminoid Ammonia 0.0000 

Nitrogen as Nitrates 0.3000 

Nitrogen as Nitrites 0.0000 

Chlorine 92 

I ron u.l K K N I 

Hardness 2.9 

Microscopic examination fails to show any or- 
ganisms. The water is very pure. 



i 'hen i km i analysis of the Poland Water made hy 

Prof. s. p. Sharpies, i Ihemist. 
i lontains : Parts in 100,000 

Total residue at 212° F 6.70 

Loss on ignitation 

Mineral Matte.- 

Free Ammonia 

Albuminoid Ammonia 

Nitrogen as Nitrites 0.0000 

Nitrogenas Nitrates 0.0000 

Chlorine in ( Ihlorides 

Carbonates and Lime Present 

Sulphates Small 

Color ( lolorless, Bright, and t Hear 



Sharon 1ms always voted unanimously at its town meetings for the past thirty yearstogive every 
cent the school committee asked for the liberal education of its children. For thirty years the vote 
has been unanimous without question Cor every reasonable purpose and improve nt, even to hav- 
ing its lakes well stocked with fish. The scenery, its lakes, walks and drives, its delightful, invigora- 
ting air and pure water, its schools and churches, together with its high social standing indeed makes 
Sharon a paradise on earth, freely to be enjoyed by those so fortunate as to get within its borders. It 
is located in miles southwest of Boston, and 26 miles north of Providence, on the Providence division 
of the N. Y., N. H.. and H. R. R. United States census 1890, 1,684. State census 1895, 1,717. Valua 
tiou. real estate. $1,656,860, personal property, $178,802 Total, $1,885,162. Number of pol 
Rate of tax. $12.00. 

C G. COGGINS, 

Carpenter, 
Contractor, and Builder 

The Building of Modern Planned 
Residences a Specialty. 

Estimates furnished and contracts taken 
on most favorable terms. Jobbing and 
general repairing promptly attended 
to. Best of workmanship guaranteed. 

F». O. BOX. 22<t. 



Office and Residence, Highland St. 
SHARON. MASS. 




PURE flILK 



W. A. COGGINS, 



Put up in Glass 
Tars and Delivered 

In Sharon by \ NORTH MAIN ST., SHAROX, MASS. 



DANIEL G. WHITE, '. Landscape Gardening done 

Res.. Ames St.. Sharon, Mass. » FROM PLANS. Shrubbery Planted. 



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Silas A. Stone, 

DEALER IN 

Horses, Carriages, and Harness. 

RESIDENCE, BILLINGS ST. 

Sharon, - - Mass. 



SHARON HAND LAUNDRY, 

Mrs. <J. M. ANDERSON, Prop'r. 

Work called for and delivered. Best work and prices reasonable. 
POND ST., SHARON, MASS. 



J. HORRICAN, 

FL.OR1ST. 

Carnations and English Violets a 
Specialty. 

Greennouse. fliaosfieid St., snaron. mass. 

P. <). Address, East Foxburu, Mass. 



EDGAR F. DRAKE,, 

MARKET GARDENER. 

Vegetables and Small Fruits in 
their season. Teams deliver to 
the tradeand familiesin Stough- 
ton and Canton daily. 

FERTILIZERS FOR SALE. 

Gardens and Residence, Bay Road, 
Sharon. 

P. 0. Address, West Stoughton, Mass. 

Mail Orders Promptly Delivered. 



H. FRANK LEONARD. 

DEALKR IN 



WOOD. 

Teaming of all kinds, Furniture Moving, 

and General Jobbing. 

All Orders Promptly attended to. 

Residence, Pond St., Cor. Maple Ave. 

SHARON, MASS. 



DEALER IN 



FRED A. WHITE, 

PURE MILK AND CREAM. 

ORDERS TAKEN FOR CREAM ONLY IN ADVANCE 




Having recently purchased a Portable Steam Saw, I am 
prepared to saw wood at short notice in Sharon, or 
the surrounding towns, as desired. 
Bfoose Hiii. - - sharou, Mass, 




GEORGE M. COOLIDGE, 

HOUSE PAINTER AND DECORATOR. 

Paper Hanging. Whitening, and Glazing. 

I state what I use, and use what I state. 

Best Work Guaranteed and Prices Reasonable. 

i;< -iii.in .-. < hewtnul St. Sharon, Mass. 

GEORGE H. TUCKER, 

CONTRACTOR CARPENTER and BUILDER. 

JOBBING PROMPTL Y A TTENDED TO. 

AMES ST.. SHARON, MASS. 

ALEXANDER ENGEL, rciK.inJl M.iskr. Graduate before the 
Royal M ilitary Commission of Saxony, 1884; Royal Gymnasium of Dres- 
den, 1880. South Main St., Sharon Heights, Mass. 




OSCAR L. DORR, ■""-«■«" ,SHAK<>\ HEIGHTS, 



GARDENER. ' MASS. 



AND UEFKRKNCK HOOK "I SHAItoN 108 

SHARON POSTOF FICES. 

SHARON. 

C. F. BRYANT, Postmaster. 

Office hours 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m., excepting Wednesday and Friday 6:30 a u to6 15 p m 

NO Sunday office hours. 
.Mails open from Boston 6:10, 7:10 a. m.. 1:10, 5:10 p. m From Prw Idence 8:10. 11:10 a. m., 1:10 p u 
Mails close for Boston 8:45 \. u . 12:45, 6:45 p, m. For Providence 2:45 p m 
Sunday mail closes 1: 15 P, U 



SHARON HEIGHTS. 

MARY F. FRYE, Postmistress 
office hours 6:30 a. m. to 7:80 i>. m. flails open 7;59 a. m.. 1:59 p. M. Mails close 9:02 A. m . 3:02 p H 



SHARON CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— Baptist Church, So. Main, cor. Pond, Rev. J. Allen price, pastor, 
Congregational.— First Congregational, No. Main St., Re^ Lrmona J. Dyer, pastor. 
Roman Catholic— St. Mary's, Cottage St., Rev. Father Kile v. of Stoughton, pastor 
Unitarian.— First Unitarian, No. Main. cor. Depot St., Rev. John C. Kimball, pastor. 
Mission.— Episcopal. Pettee & Colburn's hall. Rev. Mr. Walker, of Canton, pastor. 

Sunday Schools. — North Sharon Sunday School. Norw I St.. cor. Viaduct, S. W. Billings, supt. 

West Sharon Sunday School. Moose Hill. S. W. Billings, snpt. 



SHARON INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. Sharon Lodge, No. 43. Meets s nd and fourth 

Thursday evenings of each month in A. 0. U. W. hall. South Main St 
FORTNIGHTLY CLUB.— Meets second and fourth Tuesday afternoons of each month at residei - 

of members. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Outpost Auxiliary to Revere Post, No. 94, of Canton. 

Meets at call at G. A. R. hall. Postoffice Square. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. Massapoag Lodge. No. 276.— Meets every Sat 

urdav evening at A. < >. U. W. hall. South Main St. 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.- Massapoag Grange, No. 213. Meets second and fourth Thursday 

evenings of each month at A I >. U. W. hall. South Main St. 
SHARON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. Meets second Mondaj evening of each month at Institute 

hall. Killings St. 
SHARON IMPROVEMENT AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. Meets quarterly and at call of the 

President. 

H. T. B. DERRY. F. A. BOYDEN. 

DERRY & BOYDEN, 

...House and Sign Painters... 

Murescoing, Whitening, Paper Hanging, and Glazing. Hard and Soft 

Wood finishing a Specialty. Estimates furnished and Contracts 

taken on the most favorable terms. 

Dealers in Paints and Oils. 

Shop, Washington Place, Off South Main St. 
Residen ce, Billings St., Sharon, Mass. 

T"\l mP n/iil 1/ i put up in Glass \ W. A. eOGGIMS, 
HI J r£ H, IVI K. Jars and deliver- North Main Street. 

w A \ *~* AYA A *-^ 1 x \ ed in Sharon by I Sharon, Mass. 



Carriage Trimming, 
Harness Repairing, and Up- 
holstering of all kinds. 



:MRY Ct. MAHONEY. 



j Cottage St., 
'Sharon, Mass. 



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MBLYN, 
CARPENTER and Dealer in BUILDING MATERIAL. 



A varied assortment of Lumber and Builders' Hardware kept la stock. 
Goods not on hand filled at short notice. 



Shop, Yard, and Residence, Woodland St., off Pond St., 



Orders for 



SHARON, MASS. 



JEREMIHH O'LERRY, 
General Contractor and Mason. 

Men and teams furnished for all kinds of work. Teaming, 
Grading, Excavating, Etc. 



Furniture Moving and Express. Cesspools and Vaults Excavated. 

Chestnut St., - - SHARON, MASS. 



Coal and Wood. 



3ROS. 

HOUSE 
PAINTING 
AND PAPER 
HANGING, 

GLAZING, WHITENING, TINUNG, ETC. 

ODRERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 
Residence, Ames St., P. O. Box 222, 
SHARON, MASS. 




PERLIE L STEVENS, 

CARRIAGE, SIGN, AND ORNA- 
MENTAL PAINTER. 

Repairing in All Its Branches. 

Shop, Cottage, cor. Tolman St., 
Residence, Billings St., 

SHARON, MASS. 



WILLIAM P. IALLEY, 

Horseshoeing, 
Jobbing, and 
Carriage Work. 

Solid Rubber Tires 
put on Carriages. 

All Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. 

Shop, Cottage St., SHARON, MASS. 




CHPRLES E. BRYR1ER 

DEPOT CARRIAGES 

Connect at Sharon Station With All Trains. 

PURE MASSAPOAG 1GE 

Supplied for Family Use. 

Residence. Tolman St. P. 0. Box 94. 

SHARON, MASS. 



THE PHILLIPS FARM, 

ANDREW H. CALKIN, Prop'r. 

Pare Jersey Cows' Milk pal up In gluH* jars 

ami delivered to families in Sharon, daily. 

Patronage Solicited. 

Norwood St., SHARON, MASS. 





ROBERT G. MORSE, 

DEALER IN 

run Milk and Cream from Select ru<1 Inspected 

Stock, ]>tit n / ) in tilnss furs. 

Small Fruit and Vegetables in their season, delivered 

to the families. Loiik :ind Short Wood for Sale. 

Morse St., SHARON, MASS. 



ALEXANDER ENGEl, 
an enduring health, I have opened a Training School for '- FENCING MASTER, 

their physical development. \ SHARON HEIGHTS, MASS. 



For the benefit of Boys and (.Iris who wish to build up | 



CARL T. SWA1NS01N, 



MARKET GARDENER. 

South Main Street. Sharon. Mass 



AND REFERENCE li<»>K < >F ^IIU{"V 



105 



Box 59, 
Box 69, 

Box 78, 

Box 85, 

Box 01, 
Box 92, 
Box !•:;. 
Box 63 



SHARON FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

LOCATION BOXES AND KEYS. 

Bast street, opp. Mrs. L, M Johnson's Keys at Mrs. J, i: Packard's, Geo. II Mann-. 

Davenport's, Mrs. L. M. Johnson's. 
front of Congregational I Ihurch Keys at W, < >. Arnold's, Samuel T. Leonard's, Silas Pi 

E. E. Farnham's, Pettee <S Colburn's store. 
corner "Workmen's Building- Keys al C. E. Ball's, J. O'Leary's, W J Roach's Barber 

Mrs. W. B. Wickes', Sharon Souse, 
corner of Tolman and Stone streets Keys at Fred D. I g's, C. E. Brymei 

House, W. J. Roach's. 
Sucker Brook— Keys ai Mrs \v. B. Potter's, Massapoag Bouse. Mrs. I', E Gates.' 
Flume House— Keys at Dennis Desmond's. 

Hammer Shop — Keys at George H. Tucker's, < >£Qce of Knife Works. 
North Main street, near c. A. Hixson's Keys at C. \. Hixson's, 1'. B, Comins' 

Poole's. 



\ N 

Shop, 
onian 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



BETWEEN SHARON AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 18 MILES. 

One month i B 00 

Two months 15 00 



Three months 80 00 

Children under 18 years of age, one half 

above rates 

Five ride ticket 175 

Single ride ticket 40 

Children between 5 and 12 years of age, 

single fare 20 

The commutation tickets are for one. two. and three months only, commencing from any wee 

Cost of 1000 mile I Is -■-" , 



BETWEEN SHARON AND PROVIDENCE. 

DISTANCE 28 JULES. 

One month 

Two n unit lis 

Three months 

Children under is years of age, one half 

alio\ e rales 

Single ride ticket 

Children between 5 and 12 yeai - ■ 

single fare 



- . - 
24 00 



day. 



RICHARD HIXSON STOCK FARM. 

C. A. HIXSON, Prop'r, 

North Main St., Sharon. Mass. 

HOLSTEIN^IESIflN CATTLE. 

CHOICE YOUNG STOCK FOR 
SALE. 





MASON. 



Jobbing Promptly intended To. 

Estimates cheerfully given. 
Morse Street, Sharon, Mass. 



PURE MILK 



Put up in alass jars and' W. A. COG GINS, 

delivered in Sharon l)lj * North Main Street, Sharon, Mass 



IlKiSfe, I-HEU RY &. I AHOMY,-! SS'" 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



OF- — 



SHARON, MASS. 



Agricultural Implements. 
FULLER. EDWARD J. Viaduct St. 
HIXSON, CHARLES A. No. Main st. Seepage 

Artists. 
BROWN, J. RANDOLPH. (Oil, water, china, 

and portrait, i Noi*v. I St., No. Sharon. 

COBB, MISS GERTRUDE M. (Oil, water, china, 

and portrait.) No. Main. cor. Bay. P. O., 

GATES! MRS. FANNIE E. (Oil, water, china, 

and portrait, i Lake Ri iad. 
WESTON, MRS. C. A. (< Ml. water, china, and 

portrait, :.'i Billings. 

Artesian Wells. 
BAY PATH BEVERAGE CO. I". W. Mansfield & 
Son, Prop'rs. Baj Road. P. < >. Canton. 

Auctioneers. 
BILLINGS, SANFORD WATERS. Billings St. 

ige 99 
< !ole. F. E. < Ihestnut si. 

Bakers. 
i Hobe Bali ing < !< >. So. Main st. 

Barbers. 
Downey, Michael. So. Main st. 
ROACH, WALTER J. So. Main st. 

Blackmiths. 
See alsi i I [orseshoers. i 
Derry, 1 1. II So. Mam st. 
HAHPER.C. S. Tohnan st. Seepage 100. 
JOHNSON. JAMES. So. Main st. 
MALLEY, WILLIAM P. Cottage si Seepage 
104. 

Boarding Houses. 
i ... Hotel 
CRESCENT RIDGE FARM. II I Maxwell, 
Prop'r Baj Road P. O address, bos i 
i.,, i 100, 

FERNALD, MRS. A. M. The Glendale. No 

Main at, See page 100. 
I- Ij e, Mrs. 1 v 1 1 Igh ci ir Summil a\ e. 

■ rest. Mrs. Sumner L. Mayhew, Pleas 
anl 

1 1 \ i: So. Ma 
[ohn Mrs L. B C Davenport, Prop'r. 

\ III- r l.i I 

THE CALEDONIA. Roberl Hamilton, Prop'r 

Kill it 

THE ELMS. Mrs M Gertrude Stacy, Prop'r 

• ••■ back cover margin. 
I hi MAPI is. Hi Frances \ Evans, Prop'r. 
B 



Boats to Let. 
Desmond, < '. M. Beach st. 

Bottlers. 
BAY PATH BEVERAGE CO. F. W. Mansfield & 
Son, Prop'rs. Bay Road. P.O.Canton. 

Box Manufacturer. 
Smith, C I". No. Main st. 

Builders' Materials. 
TAMBLYN, H. A. Woodland st. See page 104. 

Carbonated Beverages. 
BAY PATH BEVERAGE CO. F. W. Mansfield 
& Son, Prop'rs, Bay Road. P.O.Canton. 

Carriage Manufacturers and Dealers. 
HARPER. C. S. Tolmanst. See page 100. 
STONE, SILAS A. Billings st. See page 102. 

Carriage Smiths. 
JOHNSON, JAMES. So. Main st. 
MALLEY, WILLIAM P. Cottage st. Seepage 
104. 

Carriage Trimmer. 
MAHONEY, H. G. Cottage st. See margin 
lines, 

Cattle Breeder. 
HIXSON, CHARLES A. (Holstein stock.) No. 
Main. See page 105. 

Cattle Dealer. 
i himmow, w. ii. Belcher si . 

Cemetery. 

KNOLLWOOD CEMETERY. Canton and 

Sharon. Boston office, 881 Tremonl Building. 

I nai-.l w. Ross, i lomptroller. 

Cesspool and Vault Cleaner. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnut st. Seepage 
104. 

Children's Clothing. 
ELLIOTT, MRS. A. B. So, Mai* St. Se< 
100, 

Cider Manufacturer. 

HOWARD, CHARLES E. Mansfield Bt, P, O. 

address, Easl Foxboro. See page 100. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

BRYANT, C. F. Billings, cor Pond, See bach 

.-..V it margin, 
l ii.u ney. M Icnael. So. Main st. 
Hannon, T M. So Main st, 
ROACH. WALTER J. So. Main st. 



, confuting of German Gymnasium Exercises in th 
" ' ■ is and sabres, horseback ri 
walking and •■ be given both boys and g 



j 
ding, V 
rls by \ 



ALEXANDER ENGEL, 



8HARON HEIGHTS, 



\HISS. 



LETTUCE I 

A SPECIALTY. 
Cucumbers and Tomatoes. I 



CARL T. SWANSON. 'SOUTH MfllNM., 

MARKET GARDENER. ' cSHflRON, MfWv 



AM) REFERENCE I'.ooK ()!•' SHAKoN. 



UK 



Cigar Manufacturer. 
Day, < leorge E. Bay Ri ad. 

Coal and Wood. 
LEONARD, H. FRANK. Pond st. Seepage 102. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnut si Seepage 
104. 

Confectionery. 

BRYANT, C. F. Billings, cor. Pond. See bach 

cover margin. 
Frye, Mrs. Mary F. Garden st. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
COGGINS, CALVIN G. Bighland st. Seepage 

101. 
HARWOOD, HARRISON E. Pond si 
Libby, Wilson W. Pond st. 
Noyes, ( lyrus a. ( lottage st. 
Snow, William R. Pond st. 

TAMRlYN.H.A, W Hand st. See page KM 

TUCKER, GEORGE H. Amesst. See pa 

Contractors^Excavating and Grading. 
Danielson, Daniel. Viaduct st. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnutst Seepage 



(Grading.) Ames st. 



104. 
WHITE, DANIEL G. 
See margin lines. 

Contractors— Heating. 
McDERMOTT, JOSEPH & CO. Maple ave. See 
page 5. 

Contractors Masons. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnutst. Seepage 

1(14. 
< I'l.earv, Timothy. Chestnut st. 
WHITCOMB, FREDERICK A. Morse st. See 
page 105. 

Cranberry Grower. 

PLIMPTON, E. C. So. Walpole st. 

Cream and Eggs. 

I See als. , Milk Dealers. I 

ADAMS, GEORGE L. Bay Road, Sharon. P.O. 

box 289, Canton. See page W. 
WHITE, FRED A. Moose Hill. See page 102. 

Cutlery and Edge Tool Manufacturers. 
Lothrop, II. A. & Co. Quincy st. 

Dentist. 
LESLIE, C. A. Chestnutst. Seepage91. 

Depot Carriages. 
BRYMER, CHARLES E. Tolman st. Seepage 

104. 

Dressmakers. 
Belcher, Miss H. II. Garden st. 
DRAKE, MRS. ALICE M. Pond st. See page 

100. 
EDDY, MISS MINNIE F. Billings St. 
Davis. Mrs. Emma ( '. Depot s1 
MOYLE, MISS NELLIE L. Morse st. 

Druggist. 
BRYANT, C. F. Billings, cor. Pond. See bach 
cover margin. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
ELLIOTT, MRS. A. B. So. Main st. See page 
100. 

Express Company. 
Carle <§ Prew. Depot, 

Expressmen. 
BRYMER, CHARLES E. Tolman st. Seepage 

104. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnutst. Seepage 

104. 



Fencing Master. 

ENGEL, ALEXANDER. So. Main si See mar- 
gin lhi'-^. 

Fertilizers. 
FULLER, EDWARD J. Viadu 

Florists. 

Ander J M Hill 

DEEG, JOHN C. tto 

DORR, OSCAR L. So, Mam st. See n 

HORRIGAN.J. Mansfield St., Sharon P. O. 
address, Easl Foxboro, See page 102. 

Fruit and Vegetable Gardeners. 
ADAMS, GEORGE L. Bay Road, Sharon, P.O. 

box 289, ( 'anton See page ,,,( 
DhAKE. EDGAR F. Baj Road, P.O., Wes1 

Stoughton. See page 102. 
McMANUS, J. H. Viaductst. Seepage99. 
MORSE, ROBERT G. Morse st. See page 104. 
SWANSON, CARL T. So. Main st. Seemargin 

lines. 

Furniture. 
LOWE & SMITH. Mrs. a. B. Elliott, Agl 
Main st. See page 122. 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 
LEONARD, H. FRANK. Pond st. See,, 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnutst. Seepage 
104. 

Gents' Furnishings. 
ELLIOTT, MRS. A. B. So. Main st. See page 
100, 

Ginger Ale Manufacturers. 

BAY PATH BEVERAGE CO. I \\ Mansfield 

,S Son, Prop'rs. Bay Road. P. I >.. canton. 

Grocers Retail. 
Long Brothers. < Ihesl nut st. 
Pettee & Colburn. Billings, cor. So. Main. 
Richards, E. G. Co. So. Main st. 

Hardware. 
TAMBLYN. H. A. W Han, 1st. See page 104. 

Harness Dealer. 
STONE, SILAS A. Billings st. Se< 
Harness Repairer. 
MAHONEY.H.G. Cottage st. See margin lines. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
STONE, SILAS A. Billings st. See page 102. 

Horse Dealers. 
HARPER, C. S. Tolmanst. Seepage! 
STONE, SILAS A. Billings st. Seepage 102. 

Horseshoers. 

Iso Blacksmiths.) 
JOHNSON, JAMES. So. Main st. 
MALLEY, WILLIAM P. Cottage st. See page 
104. 

Hotels. 

also Boarding llo 
CRESCENT RIDGE FARM, II. I Maxwell. 

Prop'r Bay Road. See page 100. 
MASSAPOAG HOTEL. Boyce Bros., Proprie- 
yiassapoag ave., Sharon. Boston office, 
Room 17, 181 Tremont. 



THE CALEDONIA. Robert Hamilton. Prop'r 

- -i 
THE GLENDALE. Mrs \. M Feraald, Prop'r. 

No. Main. See page 100. 
THE MAPLES. Mrs. Frances A Evans, Prop'r. 

Summit ave., cor. Billings. 
The Sharon. Mrs. a. B Lewis, Prop'r. So. 

Mam St. 



PURE MILK 



Put up in Glass 

Jars and Delivered 

in Sharon hy 



'.~W~. JL.. CCGGINS. 

* NORTH MAIN ST., SHARON, MASS. 



Carriage Trimming, /TJTT\TT)V P TVT A TTfYKTCTV ' COTTAGE STREET, 

ffiSfSSsrSWiSSS.. IUM U I fcr. JyLAiiUJNJjjI, t - stiflR0N> Mfl88 , 



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Hulled Corn. 
BAKER, C. L. So. Walpole st. 

Ice Cream Manufacturers. 
Stewart & Tedford. So. Main st. 

Ice Dealer. 
BRYMER, CHARLES E. Tolman st. Seepage 
104. 

Insurance Agents. 
BILLINGS, SANFORD WATERS. Billings St. 

See page 99. 
Cole, F. Erving. Depot st. 
Pi k >le, Silas. No. Main St. 
Taylor. G. M. Chestnut st. 

Kennel. 

Tainplin. William. Mohawk. 

Landscape Gardener. 
WHITE, DANIEL G. Ames st. See margin 
lines. 

Laundry. 

SHARON HAND LAUNDRY. Mrs. Josephine M. 

Anderson, Prop'r. Pondst. See page 102. 

Lawyers. 
GATES, LOUIS F. Room 5, 85 Devonshire st. 

Tel.. 3117. Boston. ' ifflee hours. 9 a. m. to5 p. 

m. Residence, Lake Road, Sharon. 
MORSE, BUSHROD. Room-. 27 88, Zi School st. 

Tel., U46, Boston. 

Library. 
Sharon Public Library. South Main st. 

Lumber Dealers. 
BAKER, C. L. So. Walpole St. 
TAMBLYN, H. A. Woodland st. See page 104. 

Manicure. 
HAMILTON, MISS SADIE H. Killings st. 

Market Gardeners. 
DORR, OSCAR L. So. Main st. See margin 

lines. 
DRAKE, EDGAR F. Kay Road. P. <>.. West 

Stoughton. See page 102 
SWANSON, CARL T. So. Main st. Seemargin 

Milk Dealers. 

ADAMS. GEORGE L. Bay Road, Sharon. P.O. 
I; is 289 I .i hi i 'M See page 99. 

ARTHUR, GEORGE. Belcher St., Sharon P. 
1 1. Address, Boa 292, i .niton, 
i II Countyst. 

COGGINS, WILLIAM A. No. Mam st. Seemar- 
gin ii 

Finnegan, John J. Bay Ri >ad 

FULLER, EDWARD j; Viaduct St. 

HIXSON, CHARLES A. No. Main st. Seepage 
105. 

MAXWELL, CHARLES W. Baj Road 

McMANUS.J.H. Vlaductst. SeepageM 

Miller Miles Countj I 

MOUSE, ROBERT G. Morse st. Seepage 104 

THE PHILLIPS FARM. AH Calkins, Prop'r. 
Norw I -i See page 104, 

WHITE, FRED A. Moose Hill St. Seeps 

Milliners. 
EDDY, MISS MINNIE I'. Billings 8t. 
ELLIOTT, MRS. A. B. So Main sl Seepage 

Music Teachers. 
Palm ; - tide R Bo Mam st. 

Remlcl >i Bertha Billings -t 

< I ! Plea .on \ lew Road 



Newsdealer and Periodicals. 
BRYANT, C. F. Billings, cor. Pond. See back 

cover margin. 

Newspaper— Weekly. 
THE SHARON ADVOCATE. Main office. The 
Canton Journal. P. O., Canton. 

Ointment Manufacturer. 
HIXSON, EDGAR M. (Marigold Ointment.) 
Brook Road. 

Painters— Carriage. 
HARPER. C. S. Tolman st. See page 100. 
STEVENS, PERLIE A. Cottage st. See page 
104. 

Painter— Decorator. 
STEVENS, PERLIE A. Cottage st. See page 
104. 

Painters— House. 
COLE BROS. Ames st. See page 104. 
COOLIDGE, GEORGE M. Chestnut st. See 

page 102. 
DERRY & BOYDEN. Washington Place. See 
page 103. 

Painters— Sign. 
DERRY & BOYDEN. Washington Place. See 

page 103. 
STEVENS, PERLIE A. Cottage st. Seepage 
104. 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 
DERRY & BOYDEN. Washington Place See 
page 103. 

Paper Hangers. 
COLE BROS. Ames st. See page 104 
COOLIDGE, GEORGE M. Chestnut st. See 

page 102. 
DERRY & BOYDEN. Washington Place. See 
page 103. 

Physical Culture. 
ENGEL, ALEXANDER. So. Main st. Seemar- 
gin Lines. 

Physicians. 

Chase, C. T. Pondst. 

Corliss. ( >. L. So Mam s1 
Smithwick, J. Quincy st. 

Plumbers. 
Christopher, James K. Chestnut Bt. 
McDERMOTT, JOSEPH & CO. Maple ave. See 
page ■".. 

Popcorn Dealers. 
SMITH, CLAPP & GAY. Bay Road. P. Box 
081, Stoughton. 

Poulterers. 
Brj an, Joseph. Viaducl sl 
Herring, Joseph, So Main sl 
JOHNSON, JAMES. So. Main st. 
Perrj . Stewarl L 19 Mansfield. 
w .i.ii William Q So. Main st. 
Whitcomb, J. \. So. Main st. 

Printer. 
Bullard, F. l» Depol st. 

Private Tutor. 
BILLINGS, SANFORD WATERS. Billings St. 
See page i '' 

Real Estate. 
Bow man, John A. Depol sl . 
Brooks, Marj s lessor to W. B Wickes P I 

Taj lor, G. M. Chestnut I 

Road Surveyor. 
SMITH, CHARLES M. I Foxboro St. 



ALL KINDS Of" 

VBGfiTAB bbS 

//V THtlti SEASON. 



CARL T. SWANSON/ SOUTH MAIN ST., 

MARKET CARDENER. < SHARON, MASS. 



ToAVr a J f cK T ofp L L E A S NTs [ CARL T. SWANSON, J south main ST., 

For Sale In Their Season. I MARKET GARDENER. ' SNARON, MflV>. 



AND REFERENi K BOOK OF ^-11 \i;i IN. 



109 



Roofers. 
McDERMOTT, JOSEPH & CO. 
page 5. 



Maple a\ e. See 



Sawmill Portable. 
WHITE, FRED A. Moose Hill si. See page 102. 

School Training. 
ENGEL, ALEXANDER. So. Main st. See mar" 

pin lines. 



Stables. 
BRYMER, CHARLES E. Tolman st. 

1114. 
Wright & Bezanson. Pond st. 



See page 



Stock Farm. 

HIXSON, CHARLES A. (Br ler of Holstein 

Cattle.) No. Main st. See page 105. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
Danielson, Daniel. Viaduct st . 
HOWARD, CHARLES E. Mansfield St., Sharon. 

1'. o. Address, Easi Foxboro. See page 100. 
Johnson, Warren. Cottage st. 
LEONARD, H. FRANK. Pond st. Seepage 102. 
O'LEARY, JEREMIAH. Chestnutst. Seepage 

1I>4. 
Richards, C. F. Summit ave. 



Telegraph and Telephone Companies. 
V E. Telephone I !o. Pay Station, Pond si opp 
Maple :i\ e. 

legraph I o N \ N. H. <S II. 
i:. R. Stati 

Undertakers. 

LOWE & SMITH. Mrs. \ B. I 

Main si See page 122 

Upholsterer. 

MAHONEY. H. G. Cottage, -.Tolman. See 

margin Lines. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N E Lgent. 100 High Bl . 
Boston. See page 8. 

Wall Paper. 
COLE BROS. Amesst. See page 104 

Watchmakers and Repairers. 
Balcomb, A, II. Tiol st. 
Churchill, A. I.. < Ihestnul st. 

Wheelwright. 
HARPER.C.S. Tolman8l See page 100. 

Wood Dealers. 
BAKER, C. L. So. Walpole st. 
FULLER, EDWARD J. Viaduct st. 
i lannel i . Ben jamin. Easi si . 
HOWARD, CHARLES E. Mansfield st., Sharon. 

I". O. Address, Easi Foxboro. Seepage 100. 
MORSE. ROBERT G. Morse St. See page 104. 
SMITH, CHARLES M. E. Foxboro st. 



NA/lt-L-IAIV! HESKE 

HOUSE PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. 

Paints, Oils, and Paper Constantly on Hand. Inside and Out- 
side Work in all its Branches. Orders Promptly Attended to. 

CHAPIVIAN STREET, - - CANTON, MASS. 

R. F=. WRIGHT, 
Carriage, Sign, and Ornamental Painter. 

Repairing in all its Branches. All Work Promptly Attended to. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



Lopez's Old Stand, Washington Street, 



Canton, Mass. 



FISCHER BROTHERS, 
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. 

FRESCOING, WALL PAPERS. 
DEALERS IN 

Picture Mouldings, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, etc. 

SPECIALTIES : 

Paper Hanging, House and Sign Painting, Hardwood Finishing. 
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

Store and Shop on Washington Street, Canton, Mass. 



Carriage Trimming, I TTT?"\TT) V f HT A TTH Ml? V ' COTTAGE ST RE.E.T 

fcrstf^LM/Sti.. UMI ii I br. Ju. AHUJN h 1 , i SrmR0 N mass. 



Upholstering of all Kinds. \ 



CRAWFORD SHOE' JOHN MURRAY, ;™ess miller shoe 

FOR MEN. * 47 WASHINGTON ST., CANTON, MASS. ' FOR WOMEN. 



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J. 



KEIL-I 

AGENT FOR 



■V, 



DHIOH, OLIVE, andDAYTOH BICYCLES 

Also the cheaper grade of wheels. 
Repairing in all its branches. Vul- 
canizing, brazing, and wheels to rent. 
Guns, ammunition, and fishing tackle. 
Phonographs and records. 
Washington St., cor. Rockland, Canton, Mass. 





IIVI 



MY ONA/EIM 



PHHRMHCIST. 

Complete Line of Druggists' Sundries. 

All the Popular Brands of Cigars. Choice Line of Pure Confectionery 

TELEPHONE, CANTON, 26-3. 
ee WASHINGTON ST., CANTON.MASS. 



BILLIMS & EMT0X 



DEALERS IN 



FLOUR, GRAIN, and 
GENERAL H1ERGHHNDISE. 

WASHINGTON ST., PONKAPOAC. 



ns. urn sum mi, 



TEHCHER OF 




PUPIL OF MRS. M.G. REED. 
PROSPECT STREET, - CARTON, fllHSS 



HMD EHDICOTT. 

GIVILENGINEER. 



Washington Si. Janion. mass. 



EDQflRH. DEAHE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

L, HIT, STRAW, ICE. 



Office, Washington St., Canton. 

CANTON JUNCTION, MASS. 



CARRIE l_. SHATTUCK, 

STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER 



TEACHER OF LESCHETIZKY 
METHOD FOR 
WASHINGTON ST-, 



IAIMO. 



CANTON, IVIASS. 



C. W. CROWELL & SON, 

Ghoice Family Groceries. 

AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED KING ARTHUR FLOUR. 
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. WASHINGTON STREET, PONK APOAC. 



PIHTHEWS' STEIWI LAUNDRY. 



Washington St, 
Canton, Mass. 



I Work Called For and DeJ/v 

ered at Residence*. Do 

j mestic Finish a Specialty. 



FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, I P.F.BRADY, l TEAS. COFFEES, PAINTS, 

BOOTS and SHOES. ( 43 Washington St., CANTON, MASS. OILS and VARNISHES. 

AND III I 1.1:1 N< I BOOB OF < IANTON. ] ! 1 

CANTON, MASS. 

Punkapog, the Indian name in 1650, was incorporated the town of I anton Februa 
h was formerly the first parish in the old town of Stoughton Natural cenerj of tne i<>»Nh 
beautifully diversified and picturesque. L> Ponkapoag Pond I i beaul aterandhas 

been the favorite resorl in years past for Bne fishing. The lam Is between Canton and Stoughl • 

can hardly beheve were once rightfully called "Mount Hub eel above the 

sea level, and the highest land near the sea coa ichusetts, is situated partlj in Canton and 

partly in Milton. From its summit is a magnificent vie« of Boston and its harbor, of tta ean and 

I In* surrounding country. The east branch of the Neponsel River and several large ponds and retier 

roirs give ('anton an extensive water power. The viaduct, of the first railroad structures ol 

any magnitude built in New England, is a massive piece of masonry, and is today regarded one of the 
greatest of engineering achievements of railroad building, (anion is located 14 miles southwest of 
Boston, on the Providence Hi vision of the N. Y., N. H. & Hart ford R. R. Connected bj electi ic car 
lines with Stoughton and Milton lines. 

[tsarea is [9.2 square mi Irs and ranks the ninety-fifth of importance in the sta 
1890, 4538; state census 1895, t636. Valuation, real estate, $2,630,180, personal property, $1,251,291); 
total, $3,881,470. Number of polls, 1,288. Rate of tax, $16.00. 



CANTON POSTOFFICE. 

B R. D< M > I > N . Postmaster. 
Office hours : 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays close at 7:10 p. m. Mails opei 
9:10 a. in.. 1:15, 3:10, 5:15 p. m. Mails close 7:50, 10:80 a. m., 12:5 tp. m. 



CANTON JUNCTION POSTOFFICE. 

J. \v. WATTLES, Postmaster. 
( Iffice hours : 7:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Mails open 7: 15, 8:09, 11:09 a, m., 1:05 p. m. Mails cli 
a. in.. 1:05, 1:00, 5:05 p. m. 

PONKAPOAG POSTOFFICE. 

L. A. BILLINGS, Postmaster. 
Office hours : 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open 8:45 a. m., 5:45 p.m. Mails close 7:00 a.m., 1:00 p. m 



CANTON INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. -Division No. 2. Meets second and f -th Friday evenings of 

each month at Hibernian Hall. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Revere Post, No. 94, G. A. R. Meets second Tuesdaj even 
big of each month at Q. \. R. Hall, Church st. 
Women's Relief Corps. Revere Corps, No. 100. Meets first and third Mondays 

mondial (i. a. K. Hall. Church st. 
Sons of Veterans. Fletcher Webster Camp, No. 47. Meetsflrst and thud Weduesdaj even 
ings of each month at G. A. R. Hall, Church st. 

I ■ni in iied on p 

SHERMAN HALL, 

CANTON, MASS. 
H07V^E SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 

Combines advantages of city school with the healthful conditions of fine country loca- 
tion. College-Preparatory and Special Courses. Fine Course in Literature and History. 
Unusual opportunity for the study of Art and Music. Superior instructors in all departments. 
Native and American Modern Language Teachers. French conversation a specialty. 

Libraries. Art Galleries, and Museums of Boston will be visited as often as desirable. 
Small classes. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. HOME LIFE, REFINED and AT- 
TRACTIVE 

MISS SARAH W. AMES, Principal. 

Books and Stationery, / MRS. M. B. KM (J HIS, NEWSPAPERS. 

Periodicals, Toys. f 72 Washington St.. Canton. Mass. j Cigars and Tobacco. 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 



I JOHN MURRAY, I Agent for Crawford Shoe for 

47 Washington St., < Jlen, and the Jenness Mil- 

\ CASTON, ■ MASS. ( ler Shoe for Women. 



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PEQUIT STOCK FARM 

AND GREENHOUSES. 
HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN CATTLE from the Best Bloods. 

CLOTHILDE, DeKOLS, AAGGI, AND 
NETHERLAND FAMILIES. 



Correspondence Solicited. 



Pleasant St. 



CHARLES IN. DRAPER, PropT, 

CANTON, MASS. 



ANTONIO PESATURO. 



DEALER IN 



CHOICE FRUITS HUD CONFECTIONERY. 

The Finest Berries in Their Season. 

Fine Assortment of Cigars and Tohacco, 
and Temperance Drinks. 

Free delivery of all goods purchased at our store. 

Washington St..opp Depot, CANTON. MASS. 



SfllMJEL HI. SHAW. 

WHEELWRIGHT. 

Carriages and Wagons 
made to order, and all 
kinds of repairing prompt- 
ly and carefully done at 
reasonable prices. 

Washington St., Ponkapoag, 

CANTON, MASS. 



0. GRONON. III. D. V., 
Veterinary Surgeon. 

Dedham St., 

CANTON, = MASS. 



GEORGE L. HUNT, 




DEALER IN 

BEEF, PORK, 
LAMB, MUT- 
TON, POULTRY, 
ETC. 

Fruit and Vege- 
tables in their sea- 
son. 

Market. Washington St.. 
PONKAPOAG. 



ELIJAH M. E 
WOOD, POSTS, AND 



CHARCOAL. 



JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AT- 
TENDED TO. LIGHT AND HEAVY TEAMING. 



NA/OOD SA' 

Pleasant St. , 



ED TO ORDER. 

CANTON, MASS. 



T A T TrVTTMD \7 I matiiews 1 steam laundry, , work called for and deliv- 

L^l\VJ IN JJlV Y . Wanhingrton St., ERED AT RESIDENCES IN CAN- 

* * ) (ANTON, - MASS. / TON, STOUGHTON, AND SHARON. 



GROCERIES / ■— fc ■—■ 
and General "^ « I ■ 

MKKCIIAMHSK. \ 43 Washington St. 



tj £\ f ^ ~\^r [Agent for Canard 

■ * **^ ■■•• "i j and Dominion 

CANTON, MASS ' Line* of gteainen. 



AMI l;i:i KKKM'K Hoc >K , ,| . \\ |,, N . 



113 



CANTON INDEPENDENT ORDERS.— CONCLUDED. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Blue Hill Lodge. No. 93. Meeta Mondaj even 

tag of each week al ( >dd Fellows Hall, Washington si. 
Daughters of Rebekah. Mount Olive Lodge, No. 52. Meets second and fourth Tluiradaj 

evenings of each month al i Mil Fellows Hall, Washington si 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Roger Sherman Lodge, No. 142. Meets s land fourth Wi 

day evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall, Washington st. 
MASONIC. Blue Hill Lodge. Regular i imunication flrsl Tuesday of each month al Masonic 

Hall,Brooks Block, Washington st. 
MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. Court No. 67. Meets - id and fourth 

Mondays of each month. 



CANTON FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



is. 
27. 
32. 
34. 
86. 
12. 
16. 
51. 

:,:V 
54. 
61. 

65. 

oil! 



Randolph St.. near York. 

Pleasant st irner Bolivar. 

Washington St.. corner Shepard. 

Washington St.. opposite High. 

Washington St., near Church. 

Rockland St., near Thomas ( talligan's. 

Mechanics st .. near < Irane. 

Neponset St.. near Norfolk. 

Xeponset St., near the Viaduct. 

Neponsel St .. near Jackson. 

Alms House. 

Washington St., near Kinsley Iron Co. 
tracks. 

Washington St.. near Sherman. 
1. One blow will be si ruck everj day al 7:05 pi 
. 6. Six blows thus : 2-2-2 Second Alarm. 9. 
Second and Third Alarms will i>e given only bj 
1-2. due two and repeat, No School, at 8:30 a. 



67. Sherman St., corner Sherman Ave. 
68 Pleasant st .. corner Sherman 
71. Washington St., near Fred'k Endicott's. 
7:i. Washington St., oppdsite ' ibapman. 
76 w ashington Sf . opposite Pleasant. 
82. Washington St., near Wm. Horton's 

84. Washington St.. opposite Sassamon 

85. Washington St., near Ponkapoag P 
87. Washington St., near John Gerald's 

89. Central Tel i ifflce Hemenway's, Forbes," 
and all houses in t bal \ Icinity. 

91. Chapman St., near Spring Lane. 

93. Chapman St., near Ct Callahan's. 

312 Walnut St., near Chas Wentworth's. 

in. l i. Two biows after an alarm mean Fire 

Nine blows thus : 8 :: 3 General Alarm. 

one of t he Engineers. 

m.. 12:30 p. m. 



M. \A/. O U 

Contractor and Builder. 

Plans and Estimates 

Furnished on Application. 

Desinence, 107 snerman Street, 

P. 0. Box 45. CANTON, MASS. 





JOHN O CONN ELL, 

Stone and Brick mason and 
Plasterer. 

Contracts for First'dass Work Solicited. 

Satisfaction Assured. 
Mechanic Street, CANTON, MASS. 



DAi y EW A s N P D AP E W K E s EKLY 'IVlRS. M.B. KNIGHTS,.; cigars and 

AND PERIODICALS. ) 72 Washington Street, Canton, Hau, I TOBACCO. 



Agent for JOHN MURRAY, Agent for 

CRAWFORD SHOE- 4-7 Washington St., JENNESS MILLER SHOE 

for Men. \ CANTON. MASS. ' for Women. 



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W. E. STONE, 
Carpenter and Builder. 

A Specialty Made of Modern Dwelling Houses. 

JOBBING AND REPAIRINC GIVEN PROMPT 

ATTENTION. 

Mechanic St., CANTON, MASS. 

LAWRENCE MOORQ~ 

t^y t ^ |nj f p3» /\_ <^ T" <^*> F^_ 
STONE MASON AND BUILDER. 

EXCAVATING AIMO GRADING. 
SHERMAN AVE., ... - CANTON, MASS. 

PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. 

THE LARGEST RETAIL DRUG STORE, 
IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

DRUGS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES. 

The Marvelous Values which the People's 
Drug; Store offers for the money is the secret 

of it- success. You can save trom 25 to :!."> pel- 
cent, in buying all Drug store Goods of us. 

We offer to compete with any 
Boston Houses in Dru& Prices. 

Physicians' Prescriptions 
Carefully Compounded. 

A Clerk will answer calls durinq the niqht at the Store. 

AGENT FOR THE 

ANCHOR AND ALL LINES OF MAIL STEAMERS 

SAILING OUT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Telephone 25-2, Pay Station, CANTON, MASS. 




YOURS TRULY. 

EDWARD H. CALLICAN. 




HERBERT L ESTEY, 

C< INTRACTi >N AX I > 1 ;i fILDER, 
Jobbing Dour. Estimates Furnished. 

Washington St., CANTON, MASS. 



WALTER W. SHAW, 



AND BUILDER 



C A K'l 'KXTKK 

MILL WUKK OP All. KINDS, SAW/NO, PLANING, 
TURNINd, HANI) SAWlNd, AND VARIETY MOULDING TO ORDER. 

All Kinds of Drag Plank, Dinv'n.lon Timber, and 8hinglo Sawing to 
order. AIfo JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 



j'SiS 



* ■■ Wi-tIK 



Residence and Mill, w.ishinciton St.. 



PONKAPOVi. MASS. 



GROCER. 



i F>. R". BRADY, General Merchandise. 

13 Washington Ht„ Agent for Cunard and Domln- 

( \vio\, mass./ Ion Lines of Steamships. 



LAUNDRY 



• i 



■ A N RY (f-tmilv H.^hinu«inrt l)um.-ti. hn- 
unununi. hh ((n Slllr , „,,, ,„„„,. ,, S|| ,, u 

Washington st., Canton, Ma B s. / \\„,-K l ,ilM for .mil d( 



AND REFERENCE BOOE OF CANTON. 



118 



CANTON CHURCHES. 



Baptist. First Baptist Church, Church st., Rev, J. B Fox, pastor. 
Congregational. Evangelical i ional Church, Neponset 

Episcopal. Trinity Episcopal Church, Washington st Re\ I > v> 

Roman Catholic. St. John s Roman Cath 

Unitariar 

Universal! 

Miscellaneous. I 



al. Tnnitj Episcopal Church, Washington st.. Rev, George Walker, rector. 
Catholic. St. John s Roman Catholic Church, Washington St.. Re> .1 B Bodfl h 
in. First Unitarian Church, Washington st.. Canton Corner, Rev. 11 1 Jei 
allst.— First Universalis! Church, Washington st Re\ O, M Fish 
neous. Union Evangelical Chapel, Ponkapoag. No settled pastor. 



CANTON ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 

NORTHBOUND, STOUGHTON TO CANTON AND PONKAPOAG. Dailj and Sundaj s. 1 
Cars leave STOUGHTON §6 30, §7 05, §7 30, 8 i 930, 1005, 1030 1105, 1130a m 

1830 noon. 1 05, 1 30, 2 05, 2 30, 3 05, 3 30, 1 05, 1 34, 5 1 

10 05, 10 80, §11 05 p. in. 

Cars arrive CANTON 6 55, i 29, i 55, 8 29, 855, 929, 955, 1029. 10 55, 11 29 11 55a m 12 29, 12 5£ n. 

129, 155, 229, 255, 329, 355, I 19, 157, 5 29, 555, 62 H) 1055, 

11 -M p. in. 

Cars arrive CANTON JUNCTION :. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 a. m. 1,2,3, I. 501 0, 1055, U44p.ro. 

Cars leave CANTON JUNCTK >N 56 01, §7 01, ■; 85, §8 01, 9 01, 1 , 11 01 a. m. 12 01, 1 01, 201, 301, 

I ill. 5 02, 5 55. ; 01, 8 01, 9 01, 10 01, §10 56, ;il 55 p. m. 

cars leave CANTON 605, 705, i 10, 8 05, "821. §+831, 905, *930, 1005, *1030, 11 05, 11 30a. m. 1205, 
105,205,805, 105,5 06,6 05,6 05,7 05,8 05,9 05, 10 05, 11. 11, 12 p. m. 

Cars arrive ELIOT SCHOOL 6 15, "i 15,7 50,815,8 30,8 41,915. 940. 1015, 1040, 1115, 11 10 a.m. 

12 15. 1 15, •-' 15, 3 15, 1 15, 5 15, 6 15, 6 15, i 15, 8 15, '.1 15, 10 15, 11 10, 11 10, 12 10 p. 111. 

Cars arrive P< »NKAPOAG 6 25, < 25, 8 00, 8 25, 8 10, 9 25. 10 25, 11 25, 11 50 a. m 12 25, 1 . 

1 25, 5 25, 6 25, 6 25, 7 25, 8 25, 9 25, 1025, 11 20, 11 20, 12 20 p. m. 

§ Omitted Si 1 mlays. ;: Sun lays only ; Saturdays only. I Omitted Saturdays and Bolidays. 

SOUTHBOUND. PONKAPOAG TO CANTON AND STOUGHTON. Daily and Sundaj Sen 
Cars leave PONKAPOAG §6 85, §735 801, §835, "841,935 1030, 1135 a m 

2 85, 3 35, I 35, 5 30, 6 35, i 85 8 35, 9 35, 10 30, §11 21, fl2 21 p. m. 

Cars leave ELIOT SCHOOL 6 43, i 13,810,8 43,8 48,9 48 10 38,11 13 a.m. 1215,12 43,1 13, 
■: i:s. :: 13, t 13, 5 13, 6 13, i 13, 8 13, 9 13, 10 38, 1 1 28, 12 28 p. in. 

Cars arrive CANTON 6 54, §7 54, 820, §855, 857, 9 55, 1050, 11 55 a. m. "1225, 12 55, 1 55 
:.' 55, 3 55, I 55, 5 15, 6 55. 7 55, 8 55, 9 55, in 15, 1 1 10, 12 to p. in. 

Cars arrive CANTON JUNCTK IN rOO, §8 00, 9 00, 9 00, 10, 10 54, 12 a. m. I, 2, 3, 1,5 01, 5 50 
10, 10 50, U II. 12 11 p. m. 

Cars leave CANTON JUNCTION §7 01, 8 01, 9 01, 1001, 11 01 a,-, m. 101, 201, 301. 107, 502 
701, 801, 9 01, nun. ;n 55 p. m. 

Cars leave CANTON §6 05, § 6 30, i 05, i 80, H 05, 8 80, 9 05, 9 30 10 05 10 30, 11 05, II 30 a. m. 12 05, 
1230, 1 05, 1 80, 2 05, 2 30, 3 05, 3 30, I 13, I 10, 5 06, 5 3 
10 30, 12 00 p. 111. 

Cars arrive STOUGHTON 6 27, 6 57, 7 27, < 51 8 2 1 ! 8 51 9 27, 957. 1027, 1057, 11 27. 11 57 a. m 
12 57, 1 27, 1 57, 2 27, 2 57, 3 27, 3 57, 1 33, 5 03, 5 27, 5 57, 6 27, 657, 727, i 57, 8 27, 8 57, 921 955, 1027, 10 57. 
p. m. 

§ Omitted Sundays. * Sundaj 3 only. ; Saturdays only. ' Omitted Saturdays and Bolidays. 




J. F. STONE, 

♦• Contractor and Builder .. 

Contracts Taken Complete in every Department. 

Plans and Estimates Furnished when Desired. 

Jobbing Promptly. Attended To. 

Prices Reasonable. 

Office and Residence, 

Sherman Street, 

Near Pleasant St. 



NEWSPAPERS and 'MRS. M. B. KNIGHTS, 3 TOYS, CIGARS, and 

PERIODICALS. \ 72 Washington St.. Canton. Mass. TOBACCO. 



DAATC " rUACr I JOHNMURRAY, ( Crawford Shoe for Men. 

Dill) I S 7 SHUlX M7 Washington Street, ..... ... 

1/ W 1 w < fcJlIVL>tJp i Canton, Mass. ' Jenness Miller Shoe for Women. 



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S. F. BRIGHT, 

Contractor Carpenter am Builder. 

Plans, Speculations Furnished, 

ana Contracts Taken Complete. 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 

^=^ h "" '" *JL ■ ■* Chapman St., - Canton, Mass. 





Horseshoeing, \\* 

Rockland St., 
CANTON, MASS. 



A. E. WITHINGTON, 



DEALER IN 



All Kinds of Hard 
And Soft Wood. 

WOOD SAWED AND SPLIT TO ORDER. 

LICHTAND HEAVY TEAMING. 
M A S O N S' - SAIM O . 

Walnut St., Canton, Mass. 



J. 

Stone Mason 

and Contractor. 



D. F. HARRINGTON, 

PLUMBING, 



Hoi Water Healing 



Pleasant St., 



Canton, Mass. 




Washington St., Canton, Mass. 



ROBINSON BROTHERS, 

Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hay, Grain, Feed, and Straw, 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, Etc. 

AArnts for John Brings 6t Co.'s Paint, Chal- 
lenge White. Lead, Bowkcr's Fertilizers, the 
Nohlc Hour, and the Pearl Flour. Also the 
Grltllcy Hour, ou r Spec 1. 1 It y . 



JOHN B. ROBINSON, 



CANTON, 



MASS. 




STEAM LAUNDRY' C- H. rihthews, prop'r, i lUfiatt 

\ Washington St., Canton, Mans. / livtrad in Canton, Stoughton, and Sharon. 



FURNITURE, i CD CZ, RDTinV * crockery, glassware. 

r\D\/ r^Ar\r>iC ' ' *• DrXMIJY, PAINIS. OIIS. AM) OUSS. 
UKY bUUUo.l 43 Washington St.. Canton. Mass. / BOOTS \Mi Mint S 



43 Washington St., Canton, Mass. 
AND REFERENCE BOOB OF I \NTON. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



■OF- 



CANTON, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : C. J., Canton Junction ; S. D., Springdale. 



Agricultural Implements. 

CROWELL. CHARLES W. & SON. Washing- 
ton st.. Ponkopoag. 

ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 
116. 

Architect. 

Capen, G. Walter. Washington, cor. Chapman. 

Auctioneers. 
BRITTON, E. C. Washington st., cor. High. 

See page 7. 
CAPEN, OSCAR D. Washington st. 

Axle Manufacturers. 

Kinsley Iron and Machine Co. Washington st. 

Bakers. 
Maurer, A. L. Washington st. 
Poole, H. H. Washington st. 

Band. 

Canton Brass Band. Nelson W. Mara. Manager. 

Banks. 

Canton Co-operative Rank. Washington St. 
CANTON INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS, THE 

Willis S. Shepard, Pies. Walter Ames. Treas. 

and Clerk. Washington st. 
NEPONSET NATIONAL BANK. Washington st. 

< Ifflce hours, 8 to 18 and 1.80 to 4. 

Barbers. 

Lefebore, Arthur. Washington st. 
Noonan, Edward. Washington st. 
Powell, G. H. Washington st. 
Roach, James P. Washington st. 

Taylor. J. E. Washington st. 

Bicycle Dealer, Sundries, and Repairs. 
KELLEY, J. E. Rockland, cor. Washington. 

Sec page 110. 

Blackings and Seasonings Manufacturers. 

(row Blacking Co. Bowman st., C. .1. 

Blacksmiths. 

(Sec alsu Horseshoers. i 

BRITTON, E. C. Washington st.. cor. High 

Sec page 7. 
Hunt. F. W. Washington st.. Ponkopoag. 
McDONALD, D. S. Rockland st. See page 116. 
Reilley. Bernard. Washington st. 



Bleachery. 
Canton Mfg. and Bleaching Co. Walpolest. 

Boarding House. 
Curtis. Miss M. w. 96 Washington. 

Books and Stationery. 

KNIGHTS, MRS. M. B. 72 Washington. See 
margin lines. 

Boots and Shoes. 

BRADY, P. F. (3 Washington. See margin 

lines. 
Curry, John & Co. Washington st. 

Grimes Brothers. Washington st. 
MURRAY, JOHN. 17 Washington. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Boot, Shoe, and Glove Linings. 
DRAPER BROS. CO. Off Washington st.. 
Ponkapoag. 

Box Maker Paper. 
Dunbar, F. D, Washing^ >n -t . 

Braided Fishing Lines Manufacturers. 
MANSFIELD, G. H. & CO. Washington st 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
BRADY, P. F. t:', Washington, See margin 

lines. 

Galligan, M. H. Washington 

Cemetery. 
KNOLLWOOD CEMETERY. Canton and 
Sharon Boston office, 881 Tremont Building. 
I. iar<3 W, Ri >ss, < '■ impt n iller 

Charcoal. 
ESTEY, ELIJAH H. Pleasantst. Sa 

Cider and Vinegar Mills. 
PORTER, JOSEPH B. Randolph St., Ponka- 
poag. See margin Lines 

Cigars and Tobaccos. 

CROWELL, CHARLES W. & SON. Washing- 
ton st.. Ponkapoag. See pagi 

GALLIGAN'S PHARMACY. Washington st. 
See page 1 1 1. 

HODGES, G. H. & CO. 129 Neponsel St., C J 



Cigars i TeliMco.! M Rs^Bj<i^i^s,. He ^-^^ 



Specialty made of pictures of 
Cattle and Horses, Pet Ani- 
mals, and all Outside Views. 



WILLIAM M. TROY, 

PHOTOGRAPHER. 



\ Studio, 

- Washington Street, 

( Canton, Mass. 



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KNIGHTS, MRS. M. B. 72 Washington. See 

margin lines. 
Mulhair, James. Washington sf. 
OWEN, TIMOTHY. 66 Washington. See page 

110. 
PESATURO, ANTONIO. Washington st. See 

page 112. 
Reilly, C. H. Washington st. 

Civil Engineer. 
ENDICOTT, FREDERIC. Washington st. See 

page 110. 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings. 
Reilly, J. W. Washington st. 

Coal and Wood. 
DEANE, EDGAR H, Office, Washington St., 

yard at C. J. See page 110. 

Confectionery. 
CROWELL, CHARLES W. & SON. Washington 

st.. Ponkapoag. See page no. 
GALLIGAN'S PHARMACY. Washington st. 

See page 1 14. 
HODGES, G. H. & CO. 1-*' Neponset St., C. J. 
KNIGHTS. MRS. M. B. 72 Washington. See 

margin lines. 
OWEN. TIMOTHY. 66 Washington. See page 

110. 

Contractors— Carpenters. 

BRIGHT, ALONZO. Chapman st. 
BRIGHT, S. F. Chapman si. See page lit;. 
CURTIS, H. W. lo? Sherman. See page 113. 
ESTEY, HERBERT L. Washington st. See 

page in. 
Healey, P. E. Mechanic st. 
SHAW, W. W. Washington st., Ponkapoag. 

See page 111. 

STONE, J. F. Sherman St., a. Pleasant. See 

page 115. 
STONE, WILLIS E. Mecbanicst. See page 114. 

Contractor Excavating. 
MOORE, LAWRENCE. Sherman ave. Seepage 

114. 

Contractors Masons. 
CUSHMAN, H. L. (Brick.) Sherman si 
Healey W. V. & Son. Mechanic st. 
MOORE, LAWRENCE. Sherman ave. Seepage 

II I. 
O'CONNELL, JOHN. Mechanic st. See page 

118. 
SAWYER, FREEMAN J. 'Stone., pleasant st . 

See page lit',. 

Crockery and Glassware. 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington St. See page 
116. 

Dentists. 
Hilling-,. George A. n Washington, 
Wolfe, I > P. Washington, cor. Rockland. 

Deputy Sheriff 
CAPEN, OSCAR D. Washington si 

Druggists. 
GALLIGANS PHARMACY. Washington B t. 

See page n I 
HODGES. G. H. & CO. 128 Neponset, C. J. 
OWEN, TIMOTHY. 66 Washington See page 
110. 

man I' 86 Bfi H a -dl i ngt on. 

Spencer, John \ Washington si 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
Ith, Charles Washington, cor Nepon el 
BRADY, P. F. 18 Washington See margin 

III,,- 

Fuller, Neponset, cor Wa bington. 
Pitcher I R & Co Wa bington st. 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington -t See page 

lie 



Electric Light Co. 
Blue Hill Electric Light Co. Church st. 

Employment Agency. 

Curtis. Miss 51. W. 96 Washington. 

Express Companies. 

Byam & Co. Canton and Boston Express 

Washington st. 
Deane's Canton and Boston Express. High st. 

Expressmen. 
Cohan. Dennis C. Centre st. 
Curreu Bros. & Co. Mechanic st. 

Extracts and Bitters—Manufacturers. 
Beasley. William H. & Co. Mechanic st. 

Eye Glassesand Spectacles. 
GALLIGAN'S PHARMACY. Washington st. 
See page 114. 

Fence Posts. 
ESTEY, ELIJAH H. Pleasant st. See page 112. 

Fertilizers. 
WHITE, ELISHA. Chapman St., C. J. 
Firearms and Ammunition. 
KELLEY, J. E. Rockland, cor. Washington. 
See page 110. 

Fish Market. 
Costello, Edward T. Washington st. 

Fishing Lines Manufacturers of. 
MANSFIELD, G. H. & CO. Washington st. 

Florists. 
Cobb, James. Washington st.. Ponkapoag. 
DRAPER, CHARLES N. Pleasant st. See 

page 112. 
Hutelieon. R. Pine st.. S. D. 
ROBERTS, WILLIAM. Dedham st. 
Topper, Thomas. Neponset si., C. J. 

Flour, Feed, and Grain. 

BILLINGS & H0RT0N. Washington st., Ponka- 
poag. See page 110. 

CROWELL, CHARLES W. & SON. Washing- 
ton St.. Ponkapoag. See page 110. 

ROBINSON BROs. Washington st. See page 
116. 

Foundry. 
Kingsiey Iron and Machine Co. Washington si 

Fruit and Confectionery. 
Alexander, A. Washington st. 
PESATURO, ANTONIO. Washington Bt. See 
page 112. 

Fruit and Vegetables Gardener and Dealer. 
ADAMS. GEO. L. P. O. Box 289, Canton. Res 

Baj Road, Sharon. See page 99 
HUNT, GEORGE L. Washington st.. P. See 

page 112, 

Furniture. 
BRADY, P. F. l-i Washington. See margin 

lines. 

General Store. 
BILLINGS & H0RT0N. Washington st., Ponka- 

pi lag See page I 10. 

Glass, Putty, Etc. 
FISCHER BROS. (Lonis w. Albert B and 

I rank J I Washington st . See page 109, 

Grocers. 
BILLINGS & HORTON. Washington st . Pon 
• kapoag. See page im. 
BRADY, P. F. i:t Washington st. See margin 

line. 



HARNESS MAKER. 



' JAMES SMITH, I Morse Clothing 

I WashlnRton St., Canton, Mass. / WhlpS and RODCS. 



HARNESS MAKER. I 



lAMFSfiM TH ^ Horse Clothing. 

JMIVICO OIVII I n, J whips, Robes, and 

I WASHINGTON ST., CANTON, MASS. / Stable Fittings. 

119 



AND KKFKKKNCE BOOK OF CANTON. 



CROWELL, CHARLES W. & SON. Washing- 
ton st.. Ponkapoag. See page 110. 

Holmes, A. \Y. Washington, cur. Neponset st. 

Hunt, G. T. & Co. Washington st. 

ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 
116, 

Wentworth, C. P. & Son. Washington st. 

Hardware. 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 

110. 

Harness Maker. 
SMITH, JAMES. Washington st, See margin 
lines. 

Hay, Grain, and Flour. 
BRADY, P. F. is Washington. See margin 

lines. 
DEANE, EDGAR H. Washington st., and C. J. 

See page 110. 
Reynolds. William P, Washington St. 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 

116. 
WHITE, ELISHA. (Hay.) Chapman st.. C. J. 

Horse Clothing. 
SMITH, JAMES. Washington st. See margin 
lines. 

Horse Dealer. 
LEONARD, GEO. J. Washington, cor. Pleasant, 

Horseshoers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
Holmes, David B. 10 Rockland st. 
MCDONALD, D. S. Rockland st. Seepage 111). 
Oliver, Andrew. Jackson st.. (.'. J. 

Hose Manufacturer. 

Callahan, Cornelius. Bowman st.. C. J. 

Hotel. 
Hotel Wellington. Washington st. 

Ice Cream Manufacturers. 
Briggs Bros. "Washington, cor. Rockland. 

Ice Dealer. 
DEANE, EDGAR H. office. Washington st. 
Houses at C. J. See page 1K>. 

Inspector of Cattle. 
CRONON, C. Dedham st. See page 112. 
Installment House. 

Canton Supply Co. Washington st. 

Insurance Agents. 
Brooks, W. W. Washington st. 
Holmes, F. E. Washington, cor. Rockland. 

Jeweler. 
Williams, J. A. Washington st. 

Kennels. 
Stevens, Fred. L. Washington St., Ponkapoag. 

Lawyers. 
Buswell, Henry F. Neponset St. 
Doody, B. R. High st. 
Everett. John. Washington st. 
Grover, Thomas E. Washington st. 
Healey, Gerald A. Washington st. 
Ward, M. F. Rockland st. 

Laundry. 

MATHEWS STEAM LAUNDRY. C. H. Mathews. 

Prop'r. Washington st. See margin lines. 

Lazell's Perfumes. 
HODGES, G. H. & CO. 129 Neponset, C. J. 



Lumber. 
SHAW, W. W. Washington st.. Ponkapoag 
See i la^rt- 1 12, 

Lunch Room. 
Mulhair, James. Washington st. 

Market Gardener. 
ROBERTS, WILLIAM. Dedham st. 

Mattresses. 
Knitted .Mattress Co. Chapman st, 

Meats and Provisions. 
Foley, Joseph. Washington st. 
HUNT, GEuRGE L. Washington St., P. See 

page 112. 
Kit'ord. L. C. (Peddler, i 90 Sherman. 
Wentworth, ('. P. & Son. Washington st. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Curry, Thomas. Washington st. 
Milk Dealers. 
ADAMS, GEORGE L. P. O. box 289. Res., Baj 

Ri >ad. Sharon. See page 99, 
McMANUS, J. ri. Viaduct st.. Sharon. See page 

99. 
White. E. Chapman st.. C. J. 

Milliners. 
McCarthy. Katherine A. Washington st. 
Taylor, Mrs. J. K. Washington st. 

Music Teachers. 
Grover. Mrs. Thomas E. Washington st. 
Harrington, Miss Mattie W. (Piano.) Nepon 

set St.. C. .1. 

Lopez, Miss Clara. ( 'hnrch st. 

MACDONALD, ARCHIE. Piano and Voice. 
(Supervisor of .Music in Public Schools, i Slier 
man st. 

McCarthy, Miss Mary. 36 Walnut. 

OWEN. MRS. ANNIE SAWYER. (Piano 
Prospect st. See page 1 10. 

Perkins, Mrs. Edith A. Walnut st.. a. Shepard 

RANDELL, MISS CARRIE E. iPiano Tech- 
nique.) Washington st.. Ponkapoag 

Reed, Mrs. A. H. (Piano.) Washington st. 

SEAVEY, MISS IDA F. (Piano.) Ames axe 

SHATTUCK, MISS CARRIh L. (Piano.. 81 
Washington. See page 1 10. 

Shattuck, Miss Lillian. (Violin.) 31 Washing- 
ton. 

Sumner, May A. Chapman st . 

Webster, Miss Laura W. :>i Washington. 

Newsdealer and Periodicals. 
KNIGHTS. MRS. M. B. SS Washington, See 
margin lines. 

Newspaper— Weekly. 
CANTON JOURNAL, THE. Church st. 

Painter— Carriage. 
WRIGHT, R. F. Rockland st. Seepage 

Painters— Fresco. 

FISCHER BROS. (Louis W., Albert H. and 

Frank ,l.i Washington st. Seepagel09. 

Painters House. 

FISCHER BROS. (Louis W., Albert B., and 

Frank J.) Washington st. See page 109. 
Klvnn. John v Sherman st. 
HESKETH, WILLIAM. Chapman st, C. J. See 

page 109. 
Horton, Wm. S. Pleasant st. 
kANDALL, H. C. Washington St., Ponkapoag 

Painters Sign. 
FISCHER BROS. (Louis w. Albert B., and 

Frank J.) Washington st. Seepagel09 
WRIGHT, R. F. (And Ornamental.) Rockland 

st . See page 109, 



The largest stock of Harnesses / JAMES SMITH, 
! , .d h 5t C iSt , aS? y ° n han ' 1, HARNESS MAKER. 



Washington Street, 
Canton. Mass. 



COPIES OF OLD PICTURES TO, WILLIAM M.TROY, i w 
ANY SIZE DESIRED. I PHOTOGRAPHER. ' 



STUDIO, 
ashington Street, 
Canton, Mass. 



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Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 
BRADY, P. F. 43 "Washington. See margin 

lines. 
FISCHER BROS. (Louis W., Albert B., and 

Frank J. , Washington st. See page 109. 
HESKETH, WILLIAM. Chapman St., C. J. See 

page n"'- 1 . 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 

11H. 

Paper Hangers. 
FISCHER BROS. (Louis W., Albert B., and 

Frank J. I Washington st. See page 109. 
RANDALL, H. C. Washington st.. n. Ponkapoag. 
HESKETH, WILLIAM. Chapman St., C. J. See 
page 109. 

Paper and Pulp Makers' Felts. 
DRAPER BROS. CO. Off Washington, Ponk- 
apoag. 

Phonographs and Records. 
KELLEY, J. E. Rockland, cor. Washington. 

See page 110. 

Photographer. 
TROY, WILLIAM M. Washington st, See mar- 
gin lines. 

Physicians. 
O" Toole. F. H. Church st. 
Porter. C. I. Washington st. 
Ross. George I. lis Washington. 
Teimev. William X. Washington st. 

Picture Moulding. 
FISCHER BROS. 'Louis W.. Albert B., and 
Frank J.) Washington st. See page 109. 
Plumbers. 
liea-ley. George H. N Washington, 
i irav. .1. E. Washington st . 
Grealish, T. P. Lewis st. 

HARRINGTON, D. F. Washington st. See 
page 1 It'.. 

Print Works. 
Lexington Print Works. ( >ff Pine st.. s. I). 

Real Estate. 
BRITTON, E. C. Washington, '.High. See 

page r. 
CAPEN, OSCAR D. Washing!,,,, st 

Sand Dealer. 
WITHINGTON, A. E. Walnut st. See page 116. 

Saw Mill. 
SHAW, W. W. Washington st.. Ponkapoag. 
s,-,- page 114. 

School Private. 

SHERMAN HALL SCHOOL. Miss Sarah W 

\in, •-. Principal. Washington st, See page 111, 

Seeds. 

ROBINSON BROS. Washington st See page 

lie 

Silk Thread Manufacturers. 
i ureka Silk Mills. < >ff Washington st. 

Sizing Compounds and Tallows. 
Wattles, L. i: & Co Jackson Bt., C. J. 

Stables. 
BRITTON, L. G. Washington st.. a. Neponset 
See page i 

i .1 B Randall I Ponkapoag 
, ,i in,, C P Wa hingfr ■,, il 

LEONARD, GEORGE J. iSale.i Wasliingt,.n. 
,-,., Pleasanl 

,i T P Neponsel bI 

Stationery. 
GAl.LIGAN'S PHARMACY. Washington st 

se,. page 1 1 1 
KNIGHTS. MRS. M. B. 72 Washington. See 
in.,, fin une 



Steam and Hot Water Heating. 
HARRINGTON, D. F. Washington st, See 
page 116. 

Steamship Ticket Agent. 
BRADY, P. F. 43 Washington. See margin 

lines. 
GALLIGAN, EDWARD H. Galligans Pharmacy, 
Washington st. See page ill 
Stenographer. 
SHATTUCK. MISS CARRIE L. 31 Washington. 
See page 110. 

Stock Farm. 
DRAPER, CHARLES N. (Holstein Friesian 
Cattle. ) Pleasant st. See page 112. 

Stove Polish^Manufacturers. 
Morse Bros. Washington st. 

Stoves and Ranges. 
HARRINGTON, D. F. Washington st. See 
page 116. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
Bvam & Co. Washington St., opp. Station. 
ESTEY, ELIJAH H. Pleasant st. See page 112. 
WITHINGTON, A. E. Walnut st. See page 
116. 

Tin and Wooden Ware. 
ROBINSON BROS. Washington st. See page 

no. yi 

> Tinsmith. 
HARRINGTON, D. F. Washington st. See page 
116. 
Telegraph and Telephone Companies. 
Public Telephone at BILLINGS & HORTON'S 
store. Ponkapoag. Office hours from 7 a, m. 
t o 8 p. m. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. N. Y.. N. H., 
& H. R. R. Stations. 

Toilet Articles. 
GALLIGAN'S PHARMACY. Washington st. 

See page 114. 

Typewriter. 
SHATTUCK, MISS CARRIE L. 81 Washington. 

See page 11(1. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
Dockery, M.J. Washington st. 
LOWE' & SMITH. Porter st.. Morse Bldg, 

StOUghtOn, See page 128, 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
CRONON, C. Dedham st. Seepagell2, 
Wall Papers. 

FISCHER BROS. (Lewis W.. Albert I'., an, I 

Frank JO Washington st. See page 109, 
Wheelwrights. 
BRITTON, E. C. Washington st., cor. High. 

See page;. 

McDONALD, D. S. Rockland st, Seepage 116. 
SHAW. SAMUEL M. Washington st., Ponka 

poag. See page 1 12, 
WRIGHT, R. F. Rocklandst. SeepagelOB. 

Wood Dealers. 
Chapman, George. Washington st.. Ponkapoag. 
ESTEY, ELIJAH H. Pleasant st. See page 112. 
PORTER, JoSEPH B. Randolphst., Ponkapoag. 

See margin lines 
WHITE, LLISHA. Chapman Bt., «' J 
WIlHINUTON, A. E. Walnut st. See page 11(1. 

Wood Sawing. 
ESTEY. ELIJAH H. Pleasant st. Seepage 112. 
PORTER, JOSEPH B. Randolph St., Ponkapoag. 

See margin lines 

Woolen Manufacturers. 
DRAPER BROS. CO. Washington st. 



HORSE CLOTHING and 8TABLE , 
O00D8 OF ALL KINDS 
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. \ 



JAMES SMITH, | Washington St., 

lARNEssMAKER.'Canton, Mass. 



ENGRAVING and all kinds of \ 
JEWELRY REPAIRING done at"/ 



H. W. DARLINGS, JEWE1 - ER 

Darling's isik., Stoaghton, m^i- 



AND KICFKRKNCK HOoK OF STmI'i ;IIT< >.V 



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STOUGHTON, MASS. 



Known as "The New Grant" in 1637, when allotted to Dorchester, and until 1726 was calli 

Dorchester South Precinct, named in n.< -of William Stoughton, a native of Dorchester, England. 

his iiiri b place. Incorporated December 22, 1726, and includes within its limits the present to 
Canton, Sharon, Stougnton, and the largesl portion of Foxoorough. Located 18 miles south of Boa 
ton and in mill's t'r..m Deilham, on the Providence Division of the N. Y., N. H. & H R R. Com 
by electric car lines with a corner of Sharon, and with Canton and Brockton, with contemplated line 
partially constructed to the town of Randolph, its area is n;. 4 square miles, and in state importance 

is the eightieth in rank. Census 1800, populal ion 1020 ; U. S. census [890, 1852; stal nsus 1895, 5272 

Valuation, real estate. $2,607,045, personal property, 8845.830; total, 52,952,375 Number of polls 
Rate of tax, $20.00. 



STOUGHTON POSTOFFICES. 

STOUGHTON. 

CHARLES T. DRAKE, Postmaster. 

Office hours: 6:45 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Money Order Department open 7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Mails 
open, from Boston 7:15, 11:15 a. m., 3:15, 5:15 p. m.; from Brockton 11:15 a m . 7:45 p. m.; from 
South and West 7:15, 9:15 a. m., 3:15, 5:15 p. m. Mails close, for Boston 7:43, 10:30 a m 2 • 
p. m.; for Brockton 6:40 a. m., 2:40 p. m.; for South and West 7:43 a. m. 12:43, 2:48, 6:43 p. m. 



WEST STOUGHTON. 

C. MURPHY. Postmaster. 

Office hours: 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open 9:15a. m.. 1:15, 5:15 p. m. Mails close \l.'i;i m 
12:45, 6:45 p. m. 



NORTH STOUGHTON. 



ALBERT C. KllxiW AY. Postmaster. 
Office hours : 6:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Mails open 5:30 p. m. Mails close 8 



MRS. J. MOORE, 

TEACHER OF 

Kensington Work, Honiton Rus- 
sian Point, Duchess, Batten- 
burg, and other Modern Laces. 
Orders Filled With Dispatch. 

AGENT FOR 

Alfred Peats' Wall Papers. 

Call and see samples, which we are pleased to 

show at any time. 

Studio and Residence. 

107 Pleasant St., Stoughton, Mass. 



BOOTS and SHOES 



MRS. H. B. GAY, 

BOARDING HOUSE. 

Our 25 Cent Dinner a Specialty. 

Board and Rooms by the Day 

or Week. 
Patronage of Bicycle Riders Solicited. 

Special rates to permanent guests. 
WASHINGTON ST. 

STOUGHTON, - MASS. 



J. S. CAPEN, 
' Pleasant St., Stoughton, Mass. 



WARREN P. BIRD, (PENSION AND CLAIM AGENT. 

Washington St , stotjghton, mass. I ALSO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 



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E. HOLBROOK, 

Real Instate. Auctioneer. 

GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY. 
Settlement of Estates. Foreclosure of Mortgages. 

2 Monk's Block. STOUOHTON. 503 Sears Building, BOSTON. 

GEO. O. WENTWORTH, 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

AGENT FOB 
DOMINION LIME STEAMSHIP COMPANY. TOWN CLERK. NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Room 2, Monk's Block, STOVGHTON, MASS. 



ft. PERRY CURTIS, 

INSURANCE and 
REAL ESTATE, 

Office, 27 Lincoln St., STOUGHTON, MASS. 

Agent for 

Norfolk, Dorchester, Ouincy, and Ded- 
li.im Mutuals In 

AVON AND STOUOHTON. 



If You Want to 

BUY, SELL, OR EXCHANGE YOUR 

REAL ESTATE 

OR PERSONAL PROPERTY, 

or raise money on a mortgage, go to the 

Old Reliable Real Estate Agent anil 

Auctioneer, with 28 years' 

experience. 



IN/I. 



■VI. 



UPHAM 



54 Devonshire St.. Room 16, BOSTON, 

or Pearl St., STOUGHTON, M\SS. Tel. 64-4. 



J. W. RICHARDSON, 

Justice ol Me Peace 

AND 

Land Surveyor. 

Prepared to attend surveying in all its 
branches. 

Office at Residence, Walnut Ave., 

STOUGHTON, MASS. 



H. HENRY CRAFTS, 
CIVIL ENGINEER. 

Consulting Engineer and Expert 
in Water Works and Sew- 
erage. 

65 Morton St., STOUGHTON, MASS. 




H. W. MANN, 

FLORIST. 

Cut Flowers, Artistic Floral Designs for all occasions. 

Dealer in NIKSHKY STOCK <>■ ALL DK- 
SCKI P'flONH. 



Opp. Evergreen Cemetery. Washington St. 



STOUOHTON. MASS. 



LOWE <3> S7VYITH, 

UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 

AiioKi.mi.it trlth HRfl, a. it. RLLIOTT, al Sharon, day or night, will receive prompt 
Attention. Telephone connection! direct from store In Morne Bnlldlng. 



FURNITURE DEALERS. 



Morse Building. Opp. Town Hall. 
S10U0H10N. MASS. 



HORACE W. LOWE. 
WEBSTER SMITH 



J. H. SMITH & CO../ 

PorterSt., }• 

STOUOHTON, MASS. I 



GROCERS. 



I M As^.tsorr FLOCK 

• makes more and bitter bread than 
f any other on the market. 



Watch Repairing of all Kinds. Our Watch- ) U U, rvi ni Ik./' i^. .^1^-. 

m r a ^ e * £ lv ^? peo, . Bl A * tp »"«»» ^ the study Hi Hi u ahlioij, Jeweler^ 

ofWatehesTj here Ac<iirHteTimeisKe<|iilied. I Darling's Hlock. Stoughton. Mass. 

AND RRFERFNf'K HOOK <>F ST< >l < JUTnN. 123 



STOUGHTON INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

MASONIC— Rising Star Lodge, F. & A. M.— Regular communication Thursday evening r 

before the full moon In each month at Masonic Hall. 

Mount Zion Royal Arch Chapter, R. A. M.— Stated convocation Aral Friday evening of each 
month at Masonic Hall. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Stoughton Lodge, No. 72. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Mt. Hebron Encampment, No. 24.— Meets first andt hird Tuesday evenings of each 

at Odd Fellows - Hall. 

Perseverance Rebekah Lodge, No. 97.— Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each 

month in ( >dd Fellows' Hall. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC— A. St. John Chambre Post, No. 72.— Meets flrsi and third 
Tuesday evenings of each month at <;. A. K. Hall. 

Woman's Relief Corps.— A. St. John Chambre, No. 99. -Meets second and fourth Wednes- 
day evenings of each month at (i. A. R. Hall. 

Sons of Veterans.— John A. Andrew Camp, No. 13.— Meets first and third Thursday even 
inps of each month at G. A. R. Hall. 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.— St. Salvador Council, No. 200.— Meets first and third Tuesday even- 
ings of each month at Foresters' Hall. Washington St. 

MISCELLANEOUS.— Knights of Honor.— Chemung Lodge, No. 987.— Meets second and fourth 

Tuesday evenings of each month. 
New England Order Protection.— Benefit Lodge, No. 198.— Meets second and fourth Thurs 

day evenings of each month at < >< l< i Fellows' Hall. 
United Order Golden Cross.— Lafayette Commandery, No. 102.— Meets s< rid and fourth 

Tuesday evenings of each month at Masonic Hall. 
Patrons of Husbandry. Stoughton Grange, No. 199. -Meets second ami fourth Monday 

evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters.-Stoughton Court, No. 69. Meets first and 

third Thursday evenings of each month at Foresters' Hall. Washington st. 
North Stoughton Benefit and Improvement Society. Meets flrsi and third Tuesday 

each month at Engine House Hall. 

JAMES HAYES, 
STONE MASON. 

Contracts Taken for all Kinds of Stone Work. 
Workmanship the Best. Estimates Cheer- 
fully Given. A Specialty Made of Well Dig- 
ging. Post Office Box 1039. 

Sumner Street, Stoughton, Mass. 




G. A. BROWN, 



D R Y 



A Fine Line of Dressmakers' Findings, Embroidery Silks, and Knitting Yarns. 
Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children. Visit our Five and Ten 

Cent Counter. 
WYMAN STREET, STO \J O UTO l>J , MASS. 

J. S. GAPEN, 

PLEASANT STREET. ST0LGHT0N. MASS. 



BOOTS and SHOES, 



WARREN P. BIRD, J pension and claim agent. 

Washington St , STOUGHTOS, MASS. I Also JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 



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\A/ 



1900. 



1880. WRITE TODAY. 

high grade: 

Also all kinds of Healthy Fowls Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. 

Explicit Interpretations receive immediate attention. 

Truly yours, J. E. EG AN, P. 0. Box 720, STOUGHTON CENTER, MASS. 

WILKINS'S DRUG STORE, 

ESTABLISHED 1859, 

Is the only place where you can find the Best Goods at the 

Lowest Prices. 

PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. 

Daily and Weekly Papers and Periodicals. 

Washington St., ■ CANTON, MASS. 




STOUGHTON HOUSE 

RATES : $1.00 per day ; $5 and $6 per week. 
BOARD 3Y THE DAY OR WEEK. 

Special Attention Paid to Transient 
Guests. 

We have Large, Comfortable, Airy Rooms, 
Good Table. Two Minutes from Depot. 

YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 
JOHN ALBERT, Prop'r. 

Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. 



JAMES REII_L.Y, 




SBLE, 

LIVERY, 
HP 

BOARDING 
STABLE. 

Hacks furnished 

for all 

occasions. 

Stable. 

Porter Street 

STOUGHTON. 

MASS. 



WILLIU HI. DBVEY. 

GARDENER AND FORESTER. 

Places Laid Out. Pruning of Fruit 

Trees and Shrubs. Grafting and 

Budding. 

Pruning of Orape Vines a Specialty. 

AGENT FOR 

NURSERY STOCK. 



Residence, Plain St., 



STOUGHTON. MASS. 



ROBERT D. PORTER. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 

First-Class Hard and Soft Coals, All 

Hinds of Wood, Fence Posts, Shores 

for Buildings. 

Grans Seeds and Pert lllzera In great variety, 

Oliver, Syracuse, and other flrst-class 

Plows, Planet Jr. Horse Hoes, Harrows, 

Akron Sewer or Drain Pipe, Etc. 

Wood Sawed and Split to Order at Short Notice. 

LIME, CEMENT, FIRE BRICK, ETC. FIELD AND 

GARDEN SEEDS. POULTRY SUPPLIES. 

Office and Yard, Washington St.. cor. Walnut St. 

Central Office. Lehan's Block. 
Residence. Canton St.. STOUGHTON, MASS. 

TBUtPHONR i ONNKCTtON. 



CONVEX 



THE WITHINGTON ABRASIVE 

KNIFE SHAKM 'KNKR 



Write for Catalog and Price /./.si 



of price. 



Diamond (irit. For tliirty _v<'.'i rs :i lender. 

v Recently improved and patented. 

M "" ^ \ variety <>l Slylen, Si'/.eH, and Grades. Adapt- 
ed • o many uses. 
•>.sA lor them at Stores. Or will he sent hy mail on receipt 



Address, CONVEX SHARPENER CO., STOUOHTON, MASS. 



CHARLES H. VAUGHN, 
PURE MILK. 

I am i I [ei Supplied Dally. 

Dealer In Wood. Posts for Fencing, etc. 
a specialty. 

TeaminK In all Its branches. 

Office and Residence, Sumner 8t., STOUOHTON, MAS8. 




I II SMITH ,V O >., / 

Porter St., 
STOUOHTON, MASS. \ 



GROCERS."'' 



i Celebrated 

Ass A soi l < OFFKE 

!h a leader. 



Eyes examined by an) JJ. \\\ DARLING'S v JEWELER, 
Expert Optician at ( Darling's Block" Stouqhton, Mass*. I STATION 



AND REFERENCE BOOE 01 BTOUGHTON. 



ER. 
1 25 



STOUGHTON CHURCHES. 

Congregational. First Congregational Church, Washington street, Rej II E Bray, pastor 

Episcopal.— Trinity Church, Freemanst., Rei George Walker, of Canton, rector. 

Methodist.— First Methodisl Episcopal Church, Pleasanl street, Rev. S. M Beale, pastor 

Roman Catholic— Immaculate Conception Church, School, cor. Canton street, Rev. James M 
Kiely. pastor. 

Universalist.— First Parish Church, Washington street, Rev. Arthur W. Grose, pastor. 

Miscellaneous.— Wayside Mission, Morton's Hall. Morton sq. 

Methodist Church, Turnpike si., cm-. Page, No. Stoughton, Rev. a. T. McWharter, pastor 



STOUGHTON FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



BOX. 

35. Bryan McCormick's Store. 

<S3. W. L. Hodges' House, cor. Canton andCen 

tral Sts. 
72. Belcher's Corner, Central and Pearl Sts. 
46. Upham's Corner, Pleasant and Lincoln Sts. 
41. Chestnut and Seaver Sts. 



BOX. 

62. Junction of Park and Sumner Sts. 

89. Corner Brock and Morton Sts. 

97. Lighthouse, corner Plain and Morton Sts 

Tii. Corner Plain and Washington Sts 

58. Town House. 



10. Ten strokes, fire in the woods 



Two strokes, all out. L. Onestn 




IM 



IV! 



Distributers of High Grade 



PURE 7vni_K 

From Prize Winning GUERNSEY and 
AYRESHIRE Cows. There is no bet- 
ter milk produced. Price, 6 cents per 
quart from May 1st to November 1st. 
and 7 cts from Nov. 1st to May 1st. 

Our CHECK SYSTEM enables you to get a liberal discount. Seventeen 
checks sold for $1.00, which are good the year round. 

C. W. MITCHELL. Prop'r. 

Postof flee Box 587. Telephone Connection. West Street, StOUghtOH, MaSS. 

BOOTS % SHOES.) jL s. capen, 



Stoughton. Ma^. 



WARREN P. BIRD, J pension and claim agent. 

Washington St.. ST010HT0N. M\SS. I AISO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 



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ANDERSON, THE DRUGGIST. 
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. 

Physicians' Prescriptions our Specialty. Personal Supervision, and the utmost 

care used. 

Washington, cor. ^yman St., STOUGHTON, MASS. 

DISEASES OF THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS MEDICALLY AND 
SURGICALLY TREATED. 

DR. JAMES MURPHY, V. $., 



Telephone 3S-6, N. E. Tel., 



STOUGHTON, MASS. 



JOE. S. HARRIS, 

HAIR CUTTING AND 
SHAVING ROOMS. 

Fine Line Cigars and Tobacco and Smok- 
ers' Articles. 



F. B. JONES. Q. FINN. 

Washington St.. STOUGHTON. MASS. 




H AWES, 

Door and Window 

Screen 

Manufacturer. 

Screens made to order 
and repaired. 

Cabinet work and furni- 
ture repairing a specialty. 

All work promptly done and 
guaranteed. 

Shop and Residence, 
Monk St., STOUGHTON.MASS. 



GEORGE P. CORBETT, 




BLHCKSmiTH 



AND 



HORSE 



SHOER 



Shop, off Freeman St. 
^ Residence, Park St., 

-' STOUGHTON, MASS. 



D. DEACON, 

Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter. 

Pumps, Supplies and Repairs. 

METAL ROOFING. FURNACES. 

Agent for HUB RANGES. 
Pleasant St., STOUGHTON, MASS. 



I- A U IM D R Y. 

FIRST-CLASS WORK PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE. 

Work done by hand and satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention given to 

Ladies Shirt Waists and Summer Apparel. 

J. SAIVI l_EE, F=>»OI=> l=* 

MONK'S BLOCK. WASHINGTON ST., STOUGHTON, MASS. 

\A/. A. GRAY, 

Sanitary Plumbing. Steam, Hot Water, and Gas Fitting 

Tin, Sheet, Iron, and Copper Work. Tin Roofing and 

Jobbing. 

Wind Mill and Pump Work a Specialty. / I 

Estimates Cheerfully Given. Monk** itiu., Washington St 

Box 674, STOUGHTON, MASS. 




I II. SMITH Ai CO. 

Porter St., 

STOUGHTON, MASS. 



: GROCERS. 



I We carry the largest line 

of plain and fancy cakes 
I and crackers in the county. 



Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Stationery, 
Fountain Pens, Cutlery, Etc. 



J fi. W. DARLING, 

I Darling's Blk., STOUGHTON, MASS. 



AND REKKliKM I IUIOK OF STOl'< iHTl IN. 






STOUGHTON'S ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 
BROCKTON STREET RAILWAY CO. 

Carsfor BROCKTON leave stoi/chton (KNTRE, week-days 6.00, 616 a. m. and everj hall 

hour until 11.15 p. m. 

Sundays— 7.15 a. m. and everv half hour until in. i;, p. m. 

Cars leave BROCKTON for ST< U'CUTi >N. week .lays 5.80, 6.46a. m. and every half hour until 
111.45* p. m. 

Sundays— 6.45 a. in. and every half hour until 10.45 p. in. 
*Or after theatre if any. 
BLUE HILL STREET RAILWAY CARS LEAVE ST< •('( ill T< >.\ AS I'uLLuWS: 
NORTHBOUND STOUGHTON TO CANTON A\h PONKAPOAG Daily and Sunday Service. 

Cars leave SToUtiHToN jif,.3o.S7.o. r >. £7.80, B.05, 8.80, 9.03, 9.80, 10.05, 10.80, 11.05, 11.80a. in 
12.30, 1.05, 1.80, 2.(15, 8.80, 3.05, 8.80, 4.05, 1.84, 5.05, 5.80, 6.05, 6.80, 7.05, 7.80, 8.05, 8 80, 9 05, 9 80, 10.05, 10.8 i, 
§11.05. p. m. 

Cars arrive CANTON 6.55, 7.2SI, 7.55. s. •_".(. s..v». '.».-«i, 0.55, 10.29, 10.55, 11.29, 11.55 a. in.. 12.29, 12.55 
1.55,2.29,2.55,8.29,3.55,4.49,4.57,5.29,5.55,6.29,6.55,7.29,7.55.8.29,8.55,9.29 9.55 10.29, 10.55, ll.29p m. 

Cars arrive CANTON JUNCTION 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00 a. m., 12.00 in.. 1.00, 2.00,8.00, 1.00, 
5.01, 5.50, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00. 10.55, 11.44 p. m. 

Cars leave CANTON JUNCTION §6.01, §7.01, *7.85, §8.01, 9.01, 10.01, 11.01 a. in.. 12.01, 1.01, 2.01, 8.01, 
1.01. 5.02, 5.55. 7.01, 8.01, 9.01, 10.01, §10.56, ] 11.55 p. m. 

Oars leave CANTON 6.(15, 7.H5. 7.4(1, 8.(15. *K.2L SstS.31, 9.05, *9.80, 10.05, *10.80, 11.05, *11.80 a. m.. 12.05, 
1.05, 2.05, 3.05, 4.(i5. 5.06, 6.05, 6.05, 7.05, 8.05, 9.05, 10.05, 11.00, 11.00, 12.00 p. m. 

Cars arrive ELloT SCHOOL 6.15, 7.15, 7.50, 8.15, 8.80, Ml. 9,15, 9 l ! '. 10.15, 10.40, 11.15. 11.40a. in. 
12.15, 1.15, 2.15, 3.15, 4.15, 5.15, 6.15. 6.15, 7.15, 8.15, 9.15, 10.15, 11.10, 11.10, 12.10 p. in. 

Cars arrive PONKAPOAG 6.25, 7.25. 8.00, 8.25, 8.40, 9.25, 10.25, 11.25, 11.50 a. m., 12.25, 1.25, 2.2J 
4.25, 5.25, 6.25, 6.25, 7.25, 8.25. 9.25, 10.25. 11.20, 11.20, 12.20. 

§ omitted Sundays. * Sundays only. ; Saturdays only, t Omitted Saturdays and holidays 



COST OF RAILROAD FARES EACH WAY 



BETWEEN STOUGHTON AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE 18 MILES. 

Five ride ticket . 



One month S 8 00 

Two months 15 00 Single ride ticket. . 

Three months 20 00 Children between 

Children under 18 years of age, one half single fare 

above rates 

The commutation tickets are for one. two. and three months only, ( lineiieing from any week das- 
Cost of 1000-mile l k 820. 



and 12 years i if age, 



For = = = 

A home-like place 

A central street 

A pleasant room 

Good things to eat 

Our Hotel Rates cannot be beat. 




inilr'i .) 



H 



Ml 



Stoughton, 
Mass. 



QEORQE H. TAYLOR, 

PROP'R 



F. 



■Pi. Great Variety of Flowering Plants. 

Perennials and Biennials a Specialty. 

DESIGN ^KT OEK 

Promptly Furnished For All Occasions. 
ORDERS BY MAIL GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. 
Houses, Pleasant St. P- 0- Box 33. 
NORTH STOUGHTON, MASS. 




BOOTS SHOES. 



J. S. 

PLEASANT ST. 



CAPEN. 

STOUGHTON, MASS 



WARREN P. BIRD, PENSION AND CLAIM agent. 

Washington St.. stoughton, mass. ' Also Justice of the Peace. 



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LJ j^ p^ p^ y F- 1 
GOOD LJJGKFARM. 

PURE MILK E Ar5b N PRODUCE. 

POULTRY AND EGOS. 

Mailorders promptly filled. 

Residence, Pine St. , 
P. 0. Address, STOUGHTON, MASS 



S W I F=T, 




MM. R. BLMKE, 
Staple and Fancy Groceries. 



"CLOVER HILL" Print Butter, Best in the World. 



Orders Solicited. 



38 Walnut St., 



Prompt Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

STOUGHTON, MASS. 



INTERVALE FARM, 

Distributers of 

PURE MILK. 

PASTEURISED IF DESIRED. 

Milk and Utensils carefully cared for. 
Delivery made in Glass Jars. 

One Cow's Milk Delivered for Nursing 
Children. 

C. F. CURTIS, Prop'r, 

Pine St., STOUGHTON, MASS. 



LORING, 

Harness Maker 
and 

Garriage 

Trimmer. 

Repairing Neatly and 
Promptly Done at Reason- 
able Prices. 

Shop at Residence, School St., near Electric Light Station, 
STOUGHTON, MASS. 




FRANK F. SMITH, 



DEALER IN 



Wood and Charcoal. 

Plain, cor. West St., 

STOUGHTON, MASS. 



GEORGE H. HAWES, 




Dealer in Pure Milk. 

Delivery in all parts of the town. Milk in Glass Jars if 

desired. 

99 Pleasant St., STOUGHTON. MASS. 



EMORY HHWES, 

DEALER I rSI 

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC. 
Agent for STOCKBRIDOE'S MANURES aud BOWKER'S PHOSPHATES. 

Post Office Square, - NORTH STOUGHTON, MASS. 



Dealer in 



\A/. REYNOLDS, 
FRESH AND SALT FISH. 



Team ;it North Button, Tuesdays, T«nni )tt Sharon, Thursdays. 

" " Avon, Wednesdays. " " Stoughton, Fridays. 

With Good Goods and Honest Dealing! I have catered to my customers for the punt ten 

rears, i «>>i >• i i ■ sta » i «■ •>! your patronage in tin- future. 

PARK ST., S-TOUGI-l-rOrM, IN/IASS. 

feH-J 5 *!!™ MK'g I CASH STORE SAVES YOU 25 PER CENT. 



CARRIAGES GEORGE B. MAC «OKA!N, Manufactured 

and WAGONS S Washington St., Stoughton. Mass. j and Repaired. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF STOUGHTON, 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



OF- 



STOUGHTON, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : N. S.. North Stoughton : W, s.. West Stoughton. 



Agricultural Implements. 
BURRELL, H. G. Porter st. 
HAWES. EMORY. Postofflce sq., N. S. See 

page 128. 
PORTER, R. D., AGT. Washington St. Seepage 

124. 
SWAN, W. R. Wyman st. 

Architect. 
Alexander. Winthrop. Pleasant, n. Lincoln. 

Artists. 
Lamb, F. Mortimer. 7 Grove. 
Waldo, Miss C. G. 18 Pleasant. 

Athletic Goods. 
LEHAN, JAMES. Swan's Block, Freeman st. 
See margin lines. 

Auctioneers. 
BRITTON, H. W. Porter st. 
HOLBROOK, HENRY E. 2 .Monks Block. Wash 

ington st. See page 12:.'. 
UPHAM, M. M. Pearl st. See page 122. 

Baker. 
Southworth, Gurdon. Freeman st. 

Bank. 
Stoughton Co-operative Bank. Porter st. 

Bankers. 
Britton, Henry W. & Co. Porter St. 

Barbers. 
HARRIS, JOE. S. Washington st. See page L2I . 
JOHNSON, E. PERLfaY. Wyman st. 
Kannort'sky, Charles. Washington st. 
Murphy, James H. Washington st. 
Stickney. Fred J. Wyman st . 

Bath Cabinets. 
BUCKEYE VAPOR BATH. James Baker, gen- 
eral agt. Freeman st. 

Bicycle Dealer and Sundries. 
LEHAN, JAMES. Freeman st. See margin 
lines. 

Bicycle Manufacturers. 
Stoughton Cycle Co. Washington st. 

Billiards and Pool. 
riark. Peter. Washington st. 
Nallv. M. Porter st. 



Blacksmiths. 
i Sec also Horseshoers. i 

CORBETT, GEORGE P. Freeman st. Seepage 

126. 

HENDERSON, D. Porter st.. r. Smiths (,i py. 

MESSER, F. H. Washington st. 
Payne, Henry S. r. Washington st. 
PYE, JOHN.' Washington st. See page 185. 
Snell, Frederick. Turnpike st.. N. s. 

Boarding Houses. 
Byrnes, P. C. 55 School. 
GAY, MRS. H. E. Washington st. See page 

121. 

Bonnet Frame Wire Manufacturer. 
COOPER, GEORGE A. Rockland st. 
Books and Stationery. 
DARLING, H. W. Washington st. See margin 

lines. 
WILKINS'S DRUG STORE. Washington st. See 
page J24. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 



See margin 



CAPEN, JOSEPH S. Pleasant 

lines. 

Learn, Henry. Pearl st. 
Marston. Isaac v. Washington si. 
Smith. Edward. Porter st . 
Wales. George. Washington st, 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 
PHINNEY, J. G. COUNTER CO. Factory. Sum 
nier si . Boston office, 188 Summei 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

FITZPATRICK. J. & H. Bui. 
I phaui Bros .v l !o. Pleasant st. 
WALES FRENCH SHOE CO. Schoo} si 
room. 183 Esses st., Boston. 

Boot and Shoe Repairer. 
BAKER, JAMES. Freeman st. 

Boot and Shoe Sole Leather. 
PHINNEY, J. G. COUNTER CO. Summer st. 
Boston office, 186 Summer. 

Box Manufacturers. 
PIERCE, H. C. & CO. (Paper Record Bldg., 
Washington si 



Himeiic Goods. 



JAMES LEHAN 

Swan's Block, 

Freeman St., Stoughton, Mass. 



\ Bicycles and Sundtles. 

Music Boxes. 
I Phonographs and Supplies. 



Cider and 

Pure Cider Vinega 

at Wholesale and Retail. 



r (JOSEPH B. PORTER, 

\ Randolph St., Ponkapoag, Mans. 



Wood Sawed to Order, 

and for Sale. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Brick Dealers. 
STOUGHTON LUMBER CO. Off School st. See 
front cover. 

Building Mover. 
Monk. E. B. Park st. 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 
BLAKE, W. R. 38 Walnut. See page 128. 

Butterick's Patterns. 
BROWN, CHARLES A. Wyman st. See page 

ias. 

Cabinet Maker. 
HAWES.F. H. Monk st. See page 126. 

Cameras and Supplies. 
PIERCE. W. L. W. R. Swan's Blk., Washing- 
ton st. See page 5. 
SAVELS, F. B. Swan's Blk.. Freeman st. 

Carbonated Beverages. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. South Easton. See 
back cover. 

Carbonized Wool Stock. 
Stoughton Mills. West Stoughton. 

Carpets. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porter st. See page 122. 

Carriage Makers and Dealers. 
BRITTON, L. G. Central, cor. Pleasant 
Cleaves. C. B. Washington St. 
MAC GOWAN, GEORGE B. Washington st. See 

margin lines. 
MOWRY, LUCIUS. Washington st. See page 7. 

Carriage Smiths. 
CORBETT, GEORGE P. Freeman st. Seepage 

126. 
HENDERSON, D. I'orter st.. r. Smith's(ir..cerv. 
MAC GOWAN, GEORGEB. Washington st. See 

margin lines, 
SneU, Frederick. Turnpike st.. N. S. 
PYE, JOHN. Washington st. See page 185. 

Carriage Trimmer. 
LORING, H. A. 18SchooL See page 128. 

Caterer. 
TAYLOR, GEORGE H. Taylors Botel, Wyman 
st. Bee page 127. 

Cattle Inspector. 
Murphy, James. School st. 

Charcoal and Wood. 
SMITH, FRANK F. Plain, cor. West. See page 

Chiropodist. 
WELCH, MRS. M. M. Monk's Block, Washing- 
ton St. 

Cider and Vinegar Manufacturers. 
(Jay, I. & So,, Island Bt., W. s. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
ANDERSON, E. C. Washington, cor. Wyman. 



i '.'< I 



i llark, Peter. Washing! i 

< onn.ll. .lolin !•'. Port. -I- st . 

GREEN, LEWIS. Washington st. See margin 

Griggs, M. Pearl st. 

HARRIS. JOE. S. Washington s t See page 186. 
JOHNSON, E. PERLEY. Wyman Bt. 
SAVELS, FRED B. Bwan'a Bill Freeman Bt. 
WILKINS'S DRUG STORE. Washington st. See 

124 
VERGE, HENRY A. Postofflce M .N S 

Civil Engineers. 
CRAFTS, N. HENRY. 66 Morton, See pa 
RICHARDSON, JAMES W. Walnut st. See 



Clairvoyant. 
Uphan, Abbie A. Washington st. 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings. 
Cotter & Farley. Washington st. 
Lane, T. H. & Co. Washington st. 

Coal and Wood. 
MURPHY. CORNELIUS. Porter St. See mar- 
gin back cover. 
PORTER, ROBERT D. Washington st. See 

page 121. 
Vanston. John H. Washington st. 

Confectionery and Fruit. 
BROWN. CHARLES A. Wymanst. Seepage 

123. 
Fry, Samuel J. Washington st. 
SAVELS, FRED B. Freeman st. 
SOUTH WORTH, L. H. Central St.. W. S. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
BROCK. DANIEL W. Brock st. 
CHURCHILL, C. C. Lincolnst. 
Curtis. Elliot A. 35 Walnut. 
CURTIS. GEORGE P. Seaverst. 
Edwards, F. F. Park st. 
(iriffin. W. W. (50 Walnut. 
Hawes. E. S. Page st.. N. S. 
KANDALL, ALBERT M. Plain st. 
THOMPSON, E. ( iff Pleasant st . 
VERGE, HENRY A. Postomee sq., N. S. 
WARD, RICHARD B. Kenneth Court. 
WHITE, F. H. 2 Rockland. 
Witt. H. C. Wyman st. 

Contractor— Excavating and Grading. 

DYKEMAN, JAMES E. off Walnut st. 

Contractors- General. 

UNITED STATES PAVING CO. NewYorkand 
Boston. See page 6. 

Contractors Masons. 
DYKEMAN, JAMES E. ( iff Walnut st. 
HAYES, JAMES. Sumnerst. See page 123. 
KAY WAR u, E. A. 2.". Porter. 
JUNES, FRANK M. Prospectst. 
PORTER, U. C. & SON. (.Stone.) Canton st. 
REYNOLDS, D. F. Prospect st. 

Crockery and Glassware. 
BROWN, CHARLES A. Wyman st. See page 

123. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porterst. See page 122. 
Cutlery. 
i See also Hardware and < Jul lery. I 
DARLING, H. W. Washington st. See margin 

lilll'S. 

Dentists. 
HOLMES, E. PROCTOR. Washington. ,-,„■ 
Wyman. Office hours. B a. m. to 12 m., 1 :'Mt 

PERr1'n,"'edwaRD A. Monk's Block, Wash 
Ington at. Office hours, s to 12 a. m. and 2 to 
B p, m. Telephone. 

Doors, Sash, and Blinds. 
STOUGHTON LUMBER CO. Off School St. See 

front cover. 
Door and Window Screen Manufacturers 

and Dealers. 
HAWES. F.H. Monk st. See page MM 
LOWE & SMITH. Porterst. Seepage 122. 

Druggists. 
ANDERSON, E. C. Washington, cor, Wyman 

See page 126 
Boston Drug Co. Washington st. 
w lieeler, E J. I Mgr. ' Washington st. 
WILKINS, E. N. Washington st. See page 124. 



CARRIAGES i GEORGE B. MAC GOWAN, Manufactured 

and WAGONS j Washington St.. Stoughton. Mass. I and Repaired. 



GEORGE B. MACGOWAIM,' >C7X R RI7XCEE 

Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. \ Manufacturer and Repairer! 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF - I < >l ..ll|..\ 



181 



Dry and Fancy Goods. 

BROWN, CHARLES A. Wyman si. Seepage 

123. 
Capen, Miss A. F. Washington St. 
Monk. George. Washington st. 

Engineer Consulting. 
CRAFTS, N. HENRY. 65 Morton. Seepage 182. 

Express Company. 
Dennie's Stoughton and Boston Express. Wy- 

man st. 

Expressmen. 
Holbrook, Walter C. Washington st. 
MAHONEY, DENNIS. Mortonsq. 

Fancy Work and Embroidery. 
MOORE, MRS. J. 107 Pleasant st. Seepagel21. 

Fence Posts. 
VAUGHN, C. H. Sumner st. Sse page 124. 

Fertilizers. 
HAWES, EMORY. Post Office sq., N. S. See 

page 128. 
MURPHY, CORNELIUS. Porter st. Yard at 

W. S. See margin, hack cover. 
PORTER, ROBERT D. Washington st. See 

page 124. 
SWAN, W. R. Wyman. 

Fish Dealers. 
Mahoney, D. W. Park st. 

REYNOLDS, LEWIS W. Park st. See page 128. 
Wayland, John A. Pleasant st. 

Florists. 
HUTCHEON, ROBERT. Grovest. 
MANN, H. W. Washington st.,- opp. Evergreen 

Cemetery. See page 122. 
Rumrev. F. L. 95 Pleasant st. 
Southworth, H. K. W. Stoughton. 
STOUGHTON GREEN HOUSE. Grove st. 
WASHINGTON, BENJAMIN F. Pleasant St., N. 

S. See page 127. 
WHITE, W. N. Pearl st. 

Flour, Feed, and Grain. 
FISHER, W. F. off Porter. 
HAWES, EMORY. Postoffice sq., N. S. See 

page 128. 
MILLIKEN, F. H. Washington, cor. Porter. 
SWAN, W. R. Wyman st. 

Fruit Raisers and Dealers. 
FRUITLAND FARM. Jesse Gay, Manager. 

West st. 
GREEN, LEWIS. Washington st. See page 168. 
Kennedy, J. J. Washington st. 
DRAKE', EDGAR F. Bay Road. Sharon. See 

page 102. 

Furniture Dealers. 
LOWE & SMITH. 1. 3. 5. and 7 Porter st. See 

page 122. 

Furniture Repairing. 
HAWES, F. H. Monk st. See page 126. 

General Store. 
McCormick, B. (Estate of.) Summer, cor. 

School. 

Grocers— Retail. 
Atwood, N. S. & Son. Washington st. 
Blackmer, C. W. Porter st. 
BLAKE, W. R. 38 Walnut. See page l'.N. 
Briggs, L. G. Pleasant, cor. Lincoln. 
Carpenter, A. W.. Agent. Porter st. 
Drake. Henry A. 2(1 Pleasant. 
Drake, Herbert R. Washington st. 
HAWES, EMORY. Postoffice sq., N. S. See 

page 128. 
HOLMES, A. L. Porter st. 
MILLIKEN, F. H. Washington, cor. Porter. 
Smith. B. Canton, cor. School. 



SMITH, J. H. & CO. Porter Bt. See margin 

SOUTHWORTH, L. H. Central Bt., W. s 

SWAN, W. R. Wyman si 

VERGE, HENRY A Postoffice sq., N - 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
BURRELL, H. G. Porter Bl 

SWAN, W. R. Wyman -i 

Harness Makers and Repairers. 
LORING, H.A. 18School. See page 128 
MOWRY. LUCIUS. Washington Bl See page ; 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
FISHER, W. F. Off Porter st. 
ROBtflNS, ISAAC E. Washington si See page £ 
SuUTH WORTH, L. H. Central St., W S 

Horse Clipping. 
RE1LLY, JAMES. Porter st. Seepagel84. 

Horse Dealers. 

FORRISTALL, JAMES G. South st. 

MOWRY, LUCIUS. Washington st. See page ! 

Horseshoers. 

I See also Blacksmiths, i 

CORBETT, GEORGE P. Freeman st. Seepage 

126. , 

HENDERSON, D. Porter st., r. Smith 

eery. 
McSSER, F. H. Washington st. 
PYE, JOHN. Washington st. See page 135. 

Hotels. 
McLean House. Wyman st. 
STOUGHTON HOUSE. John Albert, Prop'r 

Washington st. See page 124. 
TAYLOR'S HOTEL. 5. B. Taylor, Prop'r 

Wyman st. See page 127. 

House Furnishings. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porter st. Seepage 122 

Ice Chests. 
ROBBINS, ISAAC E. Washington st. See page5. 

Ice Cream. 
Stoughton Ice Cream Co. odd Fellows' Blk. 

Ice Cream Parlors. 
Griggs. Moses. Pearl st . 
Jameson, L, A. Freeman st . 
SAVELS, FRED B. Swan's Blk.. Freeman st 
Smith. William E. York st. 

Ice Dealers. 
Monk. Frank. West st. 
ROBBINS, ISAAC E. Washington st. Seepage5 

Insurance Agents. 
BRITTON, HENRY W. Potter st. 
CURTIS, A. PERRY. Lincoln st. Seepage 128 
HOLBROOK, H. E. Monks Blk.. Washington st 

See page 122. 
PHINNEY, JOHN W. Summer si B 

Office. Equitable Building. 
Swan & Atwood. I >dd Fellows' Blk. 
Talbot, J. Elmer. I School. 
WENTWORTH, GEORGE 0. 2 Monk's Blk 
Washington st. Res., 85 Park. See paj 
Jewelers. 
DARLING, H. W. Darling's Blk., Washington 

st. See margin Lines 
PIERCE, W. L. w K Swan's Blk.. Washing 

ton St. See page ."). 

Junk Dealers. 
CLIFFORD, K. R. 8 School st. 
i lonnors, Samuel. 120 Pearl. 
Stroum, B. < >ff Washington si 

Knife Sharpener Manufacturers. 

CONVEX KNIFE SHARPENER CO. P. M 

Withington. Prop'r. i Porter. See page 124 



PHONOGRAPHS, f 



JAMEl 



UEHAN. 



FREEMAN ST., 



SWANS BLOCK. 



STOl tiHTON'. 



Bicycles and Sundries, 
Athletic Goods, 

Music Boxes. 



WOOD 5HWIN6. H225SLSL£2StSH CWerandVinegar. 



132 



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Ladies' Tailor. 
BYER, G. FRANK. Pleasant st. 

Landscape Gardener. 
DAVEY. WILLIAM M. Plain st. See page 124. 
Last and Shoe Stretcher Manufacturer. 

Belcher, George E. Pleasant st. 

Laundries. 

Burnham, Robert. (Agent.) 6 Lincoln. 
LEE, J. SAM. Washington st. See page 126. 
Toomey, D. J. (Agent.) Canton st. 

Lawyers. 

BIRD, WARREN P. Washington st. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Leonard, Edgar F. Washington st. 

MARDEN, OSCAR A. Swan's Bldg. Room 413, 
Sears Bldg.. 199 Washington, Boston. 

Library. 

Public Library. Town House. Pearl, cor. Por- 
ter. 



Lime and Cement. 

Washington st. 



See 



PORTER, ROBERT D 
page 134. 

Live Stock Dealer. 
FORRISTALL, JAMES G. South St. 

Locksmith. 

CLIFFORD, K. R. School st. 

Lumber. 

PORTER, ROBERT D. Washington st. See 

page 124. 
STOUGHTON LUMBER CO. Off School st. See 

front ci n er. 

Lunch Wagon. 
HOOPER, H. A. SO Morton. See page 168. 

Machinery Second-Hand. 
CLIFFORD, K. R. School st 

Manicure and Chiropodist. 

WELCH, MRS. M. M. Monk's Block, Washing- 
ton 

Market Gardeners. 

COLLINS, HENRY W. Central st. See page 

166 
DAVEY. WILLIAM M. Plain st. Beepagel24 
DRAKE, EDGAR F. Baj Road, Sharon. P.O., 

Weal Stoughton See page 102. 
FRU1TLAND FARM. Jesse Gay, Manager. Wesl 

SWIFT. HARRY F. Pine st. See page 128 

Meats and Provisions. 

\.i;im i leorge E Pearl Bl . 

Atwood, N 8. Washington Bl 

Uherton. Nathan 90 Lincoln 

Haley A Kelley Bchool st. 

i i p i . i : Railroad a\ e 

Mulhollaml Roberl Pearl st 

WHITE, WILLIAM H. & SON. Washington st. 



Men's Furnishings. 
(See Clothing and Men's Furnishings.) 

Milk Dealers. 

Bisbee. Benjamin S. Park st. 

BREEZY HILL FARM. E. H. Gilbert, Prop'r 
West st. 

Coughlin. P. Morton st. 

CROCKETT, BARBARA M. Sumner st. 

Crowell, Frank L. Washington st. 

CURTIS. CHARLES F. Pine, cor. York. See 
page 128. 

Durfee, Henry S. Sumner st. 

GOOD LUCK' FARM. Harry F. Swift, Prop'r. 
Pine st. See page 128. 

Guild, John B. Turnpike st.. N. S. 

HAWES, GEORGE H. 09 Pleasant. Seepage 
128. 

Johnson. L. A. School st. 

McNamara, J. F. West st. 

MITCHELL, CLARENCE W. West St., Stough- 
ton Highlands. See page 125. 

Monk. Frank. West st. 

Porter, J. Freeman. Park st. 

VAUGHN, C. H. Sumner st. See page 124. 

Milliners. 

Capen. Miss A. F. Washington st. 

HEELON, M. C. Monks Block, Washington st. 

Monumental Works. 

Deacon Bros. N. Pearl st. 

LONG & SAUNDERS. Washington, cor. Central. 
Works at South Quincy. See page 8. 

Music Teachers. 

I'.allou. Miss B. R. 18 Pleasant. 
( !i m k, Mrs. Lizzie M. < lapen st. 
Crowell. Frank L. Washington st 
DRAKE. MISS A( MEDA. (Piano, Organ, and 
Arc. impanist. I 1 I Seaver. 

PRATT, MISS IDA B. (Piano.) Brittonave. 
Smith, Mrs. Delia Mayhew. 12 Porter, 

Newsdealers. 
ANDERSON, E. C. Washington, cor, Wyman. 

See page 126. 
DARLING, H. W. Washington st . See margin 

lilies. 

SAVELS, FRED B. Swan's Block. Freeman st 

See margin lines. 

SOUTHWORTH, I. H. Central St., W. S. 
WILKINS'S DRUG STORE. Washington si 

Sec page 124. 

Newspapers Weekly. 

NORTH STOUGHTON JOURNAL. 72 Page. N. S 
STOUGHTON RECORD. Record Bldg., Wash 

STOUGHTON SENTINEL. Wyman st 

Nurserymen. 

DAVEY, WILLIAM M. Plains!. See page 124. 
MANN.H. W. Washington St., opp Evergreen 
i lemetery, See page r.\'. 

Opticians and Optical Goods. 
DARLING, H. W. Washington st. See margin 

lilies 

PIERCE, W. L. W. R. Swan'S Blk., Washing- 
ton st. Sec pace 6 



pufp r.irtpr vinpodr, i iQcppLj d pnRTFR * WOOD sawed to order 

Md Cider In qnsatltlei JUOLrn D. rumen, "**" JC /%nciic 

In suit punhdser. | RANDOLPH ST., P0NKAP0A0, MA88 ( BOO l"VJK 3ALfc* 



WHEELWRIGHT. 



^GEORGE B. MACGOWAIV CARRIAGE 
* Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. ' 



tKI'.l IKINii. 



AM) REFERENCE BOOK OF STOUGHTON. 



133 



Painters Carriage. 

Cleaves, C. B. r. Washington st. 
Lamb, A. A. Monk St. 
Snell, F. Turnpike st., N. S. 

Painters— House. 

BILLINGS, SPENCER A. 24 Plain. See page I. 
FISCHER. FRANK J. (Fischer Bros., Canton. J 

Lincoln st. See page 109. 
Fountain, Walter I). Porter st. 
Freethy, Sydney l». Sunnier st. 
Ilowlaiul, C. A. Washington st. 
Kennedy. William & < !o. 76 Pearl. 
LaBOMBARD, LOUIS C. Freeman st. See 

page5. 
MANN. FRED. H. Monk st. Seepages. 
PORTER, J. B. Sunnier st. See jia^e 4. 
Searle, .lames i;. plain st. 
SHERMAN, CHARLES A. Central, cor. Pleas 

ant. Sen page I. 
Smith. J. T. c. 12 Porter. 
SOUTHWORTH, El MER H. Park. cor. Wash 

ington. See page 5. 
Whitten, William W. '.) School. 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 

BURRELL, H. G. Porter st. 
SWAN, W. R. Wynian st. 



Paper Box Manufacturers. 
Record Bids: 



PIERCE, H. C. & CO. 
ington st. 



Wash 



Paper Hangers. 

BILLINGS, SPENCER A. 24 Plain. Seepage4. 
LaBOMBARD, LOUIS C. Freeman st. See 

page 5. 
MANN. FRED. H. Monk st. See page 5. 
PORTER, JOSEPH R. Sumner st. See page 4. 
SHERMAN, CHARLES A. Central, cor. Pleas 

SOUTHWORTH. ELMER H. Cor. Park and 
Washington. See page5. 

Paper Stock. 

CLIFFORD, K. R. School st. 

Perfumes— Lazell's. 

WILKINS'S DRUG STORE. Washington st. 
See page 124. 

Pension Attorney. 

BIRD, WARREN P. Washington st. See mar- 
gin lines. 

Phonographs and Records. 

HOOPER, HENRY A. 20 Morton. See page 

168. 
LEHAN, JAMES. Swan's Bik., Freeman st. 

See margin lines. 

Phonograph Supplies. 
HOOPER, H. A. 20 Morton. See page 168. 

Photographers. 

'2 Page, N. S. See inside 
Capen, cor. Pleasant. See 



BISBEE, JOHN. 

front cover. 
SAVELS, FRED. B 

margin lines. 



Photographers' Supplies. 
BISBEE, JOHN. 72 Page, N. S. See inside 



Physicians. 

EWING, EDWARD H. i Assistant to Dr. W. 1 1 
Faxon.) Washington st. Office hours, 1 to 2 

and 7 to s p. m. Tel. con. 
FAXON, W. 0. I Walnut ave, Office hours, 1 

to 'J and 6 to8p. ni Tel con. 
GLENNON. M. Pearl st. Office hours, 2 to 4 and 

; to 8 p. in. Tel, i. 

ROSE, DANIEL C. Rose si Office hours, 8 to 

laa. in.. 1 to 2.80 and ; to 9 p. m. 
Swan. ( lharles I.. Pearl st. 
Swan. \v. K. t '. Pearl st. 
T00MEY. THOMAS P. Central St. 

hours. 7 to '.I a. in . ) to ; p. in. 

Piano Tuner. 

Searle, James K. Plain st. 

Plumbers and Steam and Gas Fitters. 

BURRELL, H. G. Porter sf 
DEACON. DANIEL. Pleasant st. Seepagel26 
GRAY, WILLIAM A. Monk's i,lk.. Washington 
st. See page 126. 

Popcorn Dealers. 
SMITH, CLAPP & GAY. Pay Road. W. S. 



Poulterers. 



BREEZY HILL FARM. 



Wi 



S1 st. 



Mrs. II. a. Gilbert. 
( lentral st. See mar- 



COLLINS, HENRY W 

gin lines. 
< 'row ell. Frank L. Washington st. 
EGAN, JOHN E. Washington, cor. Central 

st. See page 124. 
FORRISTALL, JAMES G. South st. 
FRUITLAND FARM. Jesse Gay, Manager. 

West st. 
GOOD LUCK FARM. Harry P. Swift. Prop'r 

Pin.- st. So., page i'-"-. 
Holbrook, Albert. Lincoln st. 
I la\ den, Ji >hn H. Sumner st . 
Cannon. John A. Plain st. 
McAllister, George P. I lentral st. 
McKinnon, John. Sumner st 
Meyer. P.. P. Central st.. W. s. 
smith. Frank R. Turnpike St., X. S. 



Printers- Book and Job. 

RECORD JOB PRINT. 1! ird Bldg., Washing- 
ton st. 

STOUGHTON SENTINEL. Wymanst. 

Proprietary Medicines. 

WHITTEN, D. A. Prop'r Whitten's Wonderful 
Discovery Restorer. 20 Plain. 

Real Estate. 

CURTIS. A. PERRY. Lincoln st. See page 122. 
HOLBROOK, HENRY E. 2 Monks Block, Wash 

ington st. See page 
Swan .v Atwood. i idd Felloe 3' Block. 
UPHAM, M. M. Pearl st. Seepage 122. 

Roofer. 

GRAY, WILLIAM A. Monk's Block, Washing- 
ton st. See page 126. 

Rubber Goods. 
Caiien. J. s. Pleasant st. 



BICYCLES. 



JAMES LEHAr 
Swan's Block, 
Freeman St., Stougliton. 



i Bicycle Sundries, Athletic 

■>. Goods, Music Boxes, 

r Phonographs and Records. 



lO 



CIDER and ) 

VINECAR. 



JOSEPH B. PORTER, 

Randolph St., Ponkapoae, Mass. 



WOOD SAWING. 



134 



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Rubber Goods— Manufacturers. 
Plymouth Rubber Co. Monk st. 
Stoughton Rubber Co. Summer st. 

Saw Filing. 
RANDALL, ALBERT M. Plain st. 

Sewer Pipes. 
PORTER, ROBERT D. Washington st. See 
page 124. 

Sewing Machines. 
Crosby, John. Canton st. 

Silverware and Cutlery. 
PIERCE, W. L. W. R. Swan's Blk.. Washing- 
ton st. See page 5. 

Smokers' Articles. 
HARRIS. JOE. S. Washington st. See page 136. 
JOHNSON, E. PERLEY. Wyman st. 

Sporting Goods. 
ANDERSON, E. C. Washington, cor. Wyman. 

See page l-'u. 
LEHAN, JAMES. Swan's Blk.. Freeman st. 
See margin lines. 

Stables. 
Atwi ifici. N. s. (Sale.) Washington st. 
BR1TT0N, L. G. (Sale.) Central, cor. Pleasant. 
MOWRY, LUCIUS. Washingtonst. Seepage?. 
REILLY, JAMES. Porter st. See page 124. 
Steam, Hot Water, and Gas Fitters. 
BURRELL, H. G. Porter St. 
DEACON, DANIEL. Pleasant st. See page 12(5. 
GRAY, WILLIAM A. Monk'sBlk., Washington 
st. See page 126. 

Steamship Ticket Agent. 
WENTWORTH, GEORGE 0. (Dominion Line 
Steamship Tickets, i Monk's Blk.. Washington 
-! Res . 25 Park. See page 122. 
Stock Farm. 
FORRISTALL, JAMES G. Southst. 

Stone Cutters. 
LONG & SAUNDERS. Washington, cor. Cen- 
tral Works at South Quincy. See page 6. 
Stoves and Ranges. 

BURRELL, H. G. Porterst. 

DEACON, DANIEL. Pleasant st. See page i:;i;. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porterst. See page 1 .".' 
Tower, A EL, Jr. Washington st 
CLIFFORD. K. R. School st. 
Surveyors. 
CLARK, HIRAM M. Off Washington Bt. 
RICHARDSON, JAMES W. Walnut ave. See 

pare 122. 

Tack and Shoe Nail Manufacturer. 
Pratt. L, I iff « lanton Bt., w. s. 

Tailors. 
BYER, G. FRANK. Pleasant Bt. 
[sbiater, William Wyman st 
McKait b .lames Washington st. 
TIGHE.JOHN. aiu I'sBlock, Washingtonst. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
DYKEMAN. SMITH. ( >IT Walnut st. 
FORRISTALL, JAMES G. South st. 

\\ ai mm i Moi ton si 
MURPHY, CORNELIUS. Portei I Coalyard 

iee back cover. 
ROBBINS, I. E. Washington st See pa 

in William Schoi 
VAlK.HN, c. H. Sumnerst. See page 124. 
Walker John Pearl Place 

Teas and Coffees. 
HOLMES. A. L. Porter Bt. 



Telegraph and Telephone. 
The Mass. Telephone and Telegraph Co. Monk's 

Block. 
New England Telegraph and Telephone Co 

Wyman st. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. R. R. Station. 

Tool Manufacturer. 
Britton. Horace E. Water st. 

Undertakers. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porterst. See page 122. 

Underwear Manufacturers. 
Stretton, Charles & Sons. Porter st. 

Variety Stores. 
BROWN, CHARLES A. Wyman st. See page 

123. 
HAWES, EMORY. Postoffice sq„ N. S. See 

page 128. 
SAVELS, FRED B. Freeman st. See margin 

lines. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. Agent. 100 High. 

Boston. See page 3. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
MURPHY, JAMES, l School. See page 126. 

Wall Papers. 
BILLINGS, SPENCER A. 24 Plain. Seepage 4. 
LOWE & SMITH. Porter st. See page 122 
MOORE. MRS. J. IDT Pleasant. See page 121. 
SHERMAN, CHARLES A. Central, cor. Pleas 
ant. See page I. 

Water Works. 
Stoughton Waterworks. Municipal. 

Watchmakers and Repairers. 
DARLING, H. W. Washington st. See margin 

lines. 
PIERCE, W. L. W. K. Swan's Blk., Washington 

St. See page .">. 

Wheelwrights. 
( iummings, John. Porter st. 
MAC GOWAN, GEORGE B. Washingtonst. See 
margin lines. 

Wind Mills. 
GRAY, WILLIAM A. Monk's Blk., Washington 
st. See page 126. 

Window and Door Screens. 
HAWES, F. H. Monk st. See page 126. 
Wire Manufacturer. 

COOPER, GEORGE A. (Bonnet Wire.) Rock 

land st. 

Wood Dealers. 
BREEZY HILL FARM. Mrs. H. A. Gilbert' 

Prop r. West Bt. 

Gay, E & Son. island, cor. Mill, W. 8. 
PORTER. ROBERT D. Washington st See 

page 124. 
Rowe. .1 Washington Bt. 
SMITH, FRANK F. Plain, cor. West. See pagi 

126 
VAUGHN, C. H. sumnerst See page 184 

Wood Sawing and Splitting. 
PORTER. ROBERT D. Washington Bt. See 
page 124 

Wood Worker. 
MAC GOWAN. GEORGE B. Washington Bt, 
See margin lines. 

Woolen Goods Manufacturers. 
French & Ward \ s 



MUSIC BOXES. 



I JAM&s LbHAN, l l; " ^^ l ; 1 ;;; l (; :;:;; h - 

) Swan's Block, Freeman St., Stoughton, Mass. / Phonographs and Supplies. 



HOUSE, SCENIC, and ) y\ WILLIAMS ( SIONS MADE THAT ARE 
DECORATIVE PAINTING, f * no. EASTON. ' J ATTRACTIVE. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF KASToN. 



185 



EASTON, MASS. 



A veritable New England gem of a town, with its rural and architectural charms, the Ideal home 
lit' the A mi's family, with their magnificent monuments of architect and landscape, a paradise 
ting the memory or Hon. Oliver Ames, Governor of the Commonwealth in 1886, 1887, and isss and once 
the president or the Pacific Railroad, and Son, Oakes Ames, Congressman and builder of the Pacific 
Railroad. The township was originally a part of the Taunton North Purchase from the Indians in 
1668. Incorporated December I, 1735. In area it includes 89.8 square miles and the villages of North 
Easton, Eastondale, Furnace, South Easton, Easton Center, and LTnionville. Located '.'i miles south 
of Boston and 12 miles north of Taunton, on the Taunton Division of the N. Y., N ll & H i: I 
connected by electric car service with Brockton and Mansfield. Population, 11 S census 1890 
State census 1895, 4,452. Valuation, real . 'state. S1.'.U.V.'I\! : personal, s; ;.>;,,. ,,,, ; ,| 54 . . 
Number of polls. 1,321. Kate of tax. S'.i 00. 



EASTON POSTOFFICES. 

EASTON. 

HELEN E. (iitWAKD. Postmistress. 
Office hours : 6:45 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open 8:18 to 5:40 p. m. Mails close r:00a. m„ 1:40 p. m 



NORTH EASTON. 



office 

8 



J. B. CROCKETT, Postmaster. 
e hours : 6:45 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Close Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7::-;n p. in Mails open r:22 
:45, 11:15 a. m.. 1:22, 552, 6:45 p. m. .Mails close V: 10, 8:25a. m., 12:25, 5:10, 6:25 p. m. 



SOUTH EASTON. 

GEORGE COPELAND, Postmaster. 
Office hours: 7:00 a. m. to 8:00. Mails open 8:45 a. m., 1:45, 5:45 p.m. Mails close 8 
6:15 p. m. 

EASTONDALE. 

J. M. HOWARD. Postmaster. 
Office hours : 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open 9:00 a. m.. 2:00, 6:00p. m. Mails close 7:55 a m 
12:00 m., 6:00 p. m. 



EASTON CENTRE. 



ARTHUR F. GILMOKK. Postmaster. 
Office hours: 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mails open ?:40 a. m., 5:40 p. m. Mails close 8:15 a. m 

6:15 p. m 



j o i p v e, 

BLHGKSmiTH. 

Jobbing, Carriage 

and 

Wagon Ironing. 

Careful Attention 
to SHOEING Lame. In- 
terfering, and Over- 
reaching Horses. 
WASHINGTON ST 
STOUGHTON, MASS. 




J. C. LAMBERT, 

BARBER. 




STYLISH HAIR CUTTING. 

Washington St.. - SOUTH EASTON. 



«./?XJS5 SZ& 53EU&RVING BROTHERS. ' EASTON FTJRNACE 

ered in No. Easton daily by I MILK DEALERS. I ±r UKJNAC ^, 



The best Creamery Butter. Choice Grocer- 1 A. B. SLADEN'S, I Also dealer in Dry and Fancy 
ies. Selected Teas Pure Coffee, and > < Goods. Agent for Taun- 

Spices can be had at 1 Center St., NO. EASTON, MASS. I ton Steam Laundry. 



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ANTHONY S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



E. J. CALLAHAN, 

DEALER IN 

PLAIN and FANCY CRACKERS. 

Orders for Weddings and Parties will receive prompt attention. 

We also carry a full line of 

CANNED GOODS. 

TEAMS ON THE ROAD DAIL.V. 

BRIDGE ST., NORTH EASTON, MASS. 



JUNES H. LEflGK k SOU. 

FLORISTS. 

Carnations and Violets a Specialty, 

FLORAL DESIGNS AND 
CUT FLOWERS. 

Greenhouses, Center St., 
NORTH EASTON, MASS. 



G. G. LflNNER k CO.. 

BAKERS. 

Our teams go through STOUGHTON, 

EASTON, AND EASTON 

FURNACE with fresh 

goods every day. 



Store, 48 Center St , 



NORTH EASTON, MASS- 



ARTHUR F. &ILM0RE, 



DEALER IN 



Groceries, Bakers' Supplies, Dry 
Goods, and Novelties. 

Choice Confectionery. 

Center St., EASTOIN CENTER, MASS. 



0. DEMI k 



DEALERS IN 



Flour, Grain, Coal, Lime, 

Cement, hen Feed, 

and Hay. 

Agents for the Stockbridge Manures. 



Washington St., 



SOUTH EASTON, MASS. 




J. W. BALDWIN, 
BUILDER, 

ELM ST., 
North Easton, Mass. 



No dealer In Easton can show one half as many 'II UJ I I II II C 

Wall Paper Designs and Colors as \ lYl . ifl I L L I 1 1 lYl O • 



Eastern's L»eadin$ Dealer in Wall Paper. 

M. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS STREET, NORTH EASTON. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK OF EASTON. 



IS"» 



EASTON CHURCHES. 



Baptist. Center Street Baptist Church, CenterSt., qo settled pastor 

Congregational. — fcyan^eiiea I Congregational Church, Depot St., E. C, Rev. ,\. II. Fuller, pastor 

Lutheran.— Swedish Lutheran Church, Williams St.. X. E., Rev. A. M. Benander, pastor 

Methodist.- Mechanic Street Methodisl Church, Mechanic St.. Rev. P. M. Vinton, pastor. 

Roman Catholic— Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Main St.. Rev. James Loobey, 

pastor. 
Swedish. -Swedish Free Church, Main St.. Rev. 0. L. T. Lindholm, pastor. 
Unitarian. — Unity Church, Main St., N. E., Rev. W. L. Choffin, pastor. 



EASTON INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. -Division 8, A. 0. H., of No. Easton. Meets first and thud 

Thursdays of each month in McCarthys Hall, Main St. 
GRAND ARMY OFTHE REPUBLIC. A. B. Randall Post 52 of Eastondale. Meets second and 

fourth Monday evenings of each month in a. A. R. Hall, Eastondale. 
INDEPENDENT ORDEROF ODD FELLOWS. Manchester Unity.— Meets first and third Wednes 

day evenings in Knights of Honor Hall. N. E. 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.- North Eastern Council, No. 238, K. of C. Meets firsl and third 

Tuesdays in Knights of Honor Hall, Center St. 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.— Easton Lodge. K. of H., No. 1859.— Meets second and fourth Tuesdays 

in Knights of Honor Hall. Center St.. N. E. 
MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS.- Hendricken Court, No. 74, M. C. 0. F. 

Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings in Forrester's Hall. Main St. 
MASONIC. Paul Dean Lodge, F. & A. M. Regular communications Wednesday on or before 

full of tile moon in Masonic Hall, in < lakes Ames Memorial Building, Main St.. X. K 
NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTECTION. Harmony Lodge.— Meets firsl and third Tuesday 

evenings of each month in Harmony Hall. 
ROYAL ARCANUM.— North Eastern Council. No. 866, Royal Arcanum. Meets firsl and third 

Thursday evenings in Knights of Honor Hall. Center St.. X. E. 
ROYAL SOCIETY OF GOOD FELLOWS.— John Erickson Assembly. No. 363. Meets fourth 

Wednesday evening of each month in Knights of Honor Hall, Center st . X. E. 
UNITED ORDER OF GOLDEN CROSS. Gov. Ames Commandery, No. 676, U. 0. G. C. Meets 

second and fourth Mondav evenings in Knights of Honor Hall. Center St., N, E 




GEORGE, fl. DE WITT & SON. 



ESTABLISHED 1878. 



Contractors g Builders. 



...DEALERS IN... 



lumber. Builders' Hardware. 

Brick. Lime, and Cemem. 

36 CENTER STREET. - NORTH EASTON. MASS. 

tlouse Lots for Sale in North and South Easton. 

Houses Built on Easy Terms. 



^laK^^d^ I IRVING BROTHERS, ; R " id . 6nc F c - _ 

DELIVERED IN NO. EASTON DAILY. 1 MILK DEALERS. ' fcaston rurnaCC. 



yand ' A. B. SLAD&\, ta a ^ e ntoim 



Fancv Goods, Boots, Shoes, and 

Rubbers, go to \ 9 Center St. 



No. Easton. ' steam Laundry. 



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ANTHONY S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



J. C. GOWARD, 

COAL AND ICE, 

Office, 73 Main Street. Yard, Off Elm Street, north of Depot. NORTH EASTON, MASS. 

Es " bli!M ' 828 S. D. SIMPSON & SON, 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Special Attention to Repairing in all its branches Also. Painting. Trimming, and Harness Repairing. 
WASHINGTON STREET, SOUTH EASTON, MASS. 




STYLISH 

HAIR 

CUTTING 

AND 

BEARD 

TRIMMING 

AT 



P. J. MURPHY'S. 

EAZORS HONED AND CONCAVED. 

Fine Assortment of Cigars, Pipes, and Tobacco. 

Main St.. opp. Memorial Hall, NO. EASTON. 



&E0R&E A. LACKEY, 



DEALER IN- 



TEA, COFFEE, 

CANNED GOODS, 

Bakers' Supplies, and Confectionery. 

A Choice Line of Cigars and Tobacco. 

SMOKERS' SUPPLIES. 

Central Street, South Easton. 



JAMES T. CLONAN, 

PRACTICAL 




PAINTER 



2 Paper Hanger. 



North Baston, Ma* 



JAMES H. MURPHY, 

DEALER IN— 

CIGARS, TOBACCO, 

SMOKERS' SUPPLIES, 
AND CONFECTIONERY. 

Daily Papers and Stationery. 

Also Agent for White Star Steam Laundry. 

Mechanic St.. North Easton, Mass. 




OLIVER HANSON, 

JOBBING CRRPENTER. 

All Work Promptly Attended To. 

i:.-i. I. •!■<.■, WMhinffton si., SOUTH EASTON. 



J. ELMER ADAMS, 

Horsesfioer and Carriagesmiin. 

CARRIAGE PAINTER. 

ALL WORK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



Turnpike St. 



EASTONDALE, MASS. 




DIIDE Mil fti FROM SELECT STOCK, DE- ■ THOMAS DONAHOI 

rtKE lYIILIli liverei) morning and - milk dealer. 



EVENING. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. \ North L.iston, 



Mass, 



Picture Frames, Mouldings, Wall Papers, Paints, / t\i\ 
Metal Ceilings, and Interior Decorations. i 



WILLIAMS, 

NO. EASTON. 



AND REFERENCE Hook OP EASTON. 



139 



EASTON ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 



MANSFIELD. ATTLEBORO. TAUNTON. AND NORTH EASTON. 



Leave No. Easton for Mansfield, 7:30, 8:80, 9:30 a. 

in., then every two In mis to '.l::ii> p. m. 
Leave Mansfield for No. Easton, 6:30, ?:30, 8:30 a. 

in., then every two hours to 8:30 p. in. 
SUNDAY: Leave North Easton for Mansfield. 

8:30 a. m., then every two hours to 8:30 p. m, 



Leave Mansfield for North Easton, 7:80 a. m., 
then e\ erj two hours to 9: W p. m. 

I "in ting in Mansfield depot with electrics for 

Foxboro, Walpole, Norw I, Forest H 

Bnstuii, Norton. Attleboro, and Taunton. 



NORTH EASTON AND BROCKTON. 



Leave cor. Centre and Main Sts., Brockton, for 
North Easton — 

Week Days : 5:45 a. m.. and every half hour un- 
til 10:45 p. m.. or after theater, if any. 

Sundays: 7:45 a. m.. and every half' hour until 
10:15 p. m. 



Leave North Easton for Brockton- 
Week Days: 6:15a, in., and every half hour un- 
til 11 :15 p. m. 
Sundays: 7:15 a.m.. and every half hour until 
10: (5 p. in. 



TAUNTON AND BROCKTON. 



Leave Brockton for Taunton— 

Week Days : 5 a. m., and every hour until 9 p. 

m. 
Sundays: 6 a. m., and every hour until 9 p. m. 

Leave Brockton for South Easton and Last on 

dale- 
Week Days : 5:00, 5:45. 0:00a. m.,and every hour 

until 10 p. m. 
Extra car Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 

10:30, or after theatre, if any. 



Sundays : 6a. m., and every hour until 9 p. in. 
Leave Taunton for Brockton- 
Week Days: (5 a. in., and every hour until lOp. 

m. 
Sundays : 7 a. m., and every hour until to p. m. 
Leave Eastoiidale H. K. Crossing for Brockton 
Week Days: 6:28, 6:85a. m., and every hour un- 
til 10:85 p. in. 
Sundays : 7:35 a. in., and every hour uni 
p. m'. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE EACH WAY 



BETWEEN NO. EASTON AND BOSTON. 

DISTANCE ~'- n .. MILES. 



One month $10 m> 

Two months is ;."> 

Three months 85 00 

Children under is years of age, 3 months' 

ticket 12 so Single ride ticket, No. Easton to Brockton. 

The commutation tickets are for one. two. mi' I three months only, c immencing any week 

Cost of 1000-mile book, 880 



Single ride ticket 

Five ride ticket 

Children between 5 and 12 yearsof age, 

single fare 



50 



lay. 



D. B. TIIMKHAM, 

Magnetic Healer, 

Has for Fifteen Years Treated Successfully Rheu- 
matism, Paralysis, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Ner- 
vousness, Lumbago, and Lung, Kidney, 
and Stomach Troubles, Etc. 

OFFICE HOURS, 9 TO 1 1 A. M., 5 TO 8 P. M. 
SUNDAYS, 2TO 5 P. M. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

86 Washington St., - N. Easton, Mass. 



L. S. DRAKE 



Manufacturer of 



IRON CASTINGS. 

Factory, Foundry St. 

Residence, South St., - Easton, Mass. 



ERVING BROTHERS, \ 

MILK DEALERS, EASTON FURNACE. * 



PURE MILK PUT UP IN GLASS JftRS. 
PATRONAGE, SOUGIT&D. 



DRY AND FANCY 

Boots, Shoes, and Rubbers. \ 9 CENTER 



A. B. SLADEN, J 

ENTER ST NO. EASTON. I 



Agent for 

Taunton Steam Laundnj. 



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MAIN STREET BAKERY, 

MRS. D. A. RENAHAN & CO.. Prop'rs, 

MAIN STREET, 



North Easton, 



Mass. 



Ice Cream a Specialty, whole- 
sale and retail. 
Parties Supplied on short 
notice 
Bread, Cakes, Pies, and all 

kinds of Pastry. 

A fresh supply constantly on 

hand. 



S. A. ATWOOD, 

DEALER IN 

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Cheese, and E,qqs, Tea, Coffee, 

Canned Goods, and Groceries. 

Center street, - Hortf) Easton, mass. 



Also a choice line of 
SALT FISH. 



DINEEN & CO., 

— Reliable — 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Sole agent for the noted 

PILLSBURY FLOUR. 



60 MAIN STREET, 



North Easton, 



Mass. 



E. E. KELLEY, 

Plumbing, 

Cold Water Piping, Steam 

and Hot Water Heating. 

Furnaces, Ranges, Tin and 

Sheet Iron Ware. 

Pumps, Lead Pipe, Iron Pipe and 
Fittings. 

Center Street, North Easton, Mass. 



A, G. PRATT, 

AUCTIONEER and 
REAL ESTATE. 

Sales conducted in any part of the 

county or state. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

lee Cream and Sherbets. 

Picnics and parties supplied. 
Office and residence, 

Po(|iianticnt Ave., Easton, Mass. 



SWIFT BROS., 

Groceries, Provisions, 

Boots and Shoes, 

Dry and Fancy Goods, Glass 

and Wooden Ware. 
HAY, GRAIN, AND FEED. 



FOUNDRY ST., 



Easton, 



Mass. 



GLENBROOK FAMM. 

H. W. HEATH, Prop'r. 

.. Dairy Produce .. 

Prospect St., Easton, Mass. 



A. W. HEATH, 

Meats and Provisions 



Prospect St., 



Easton, Mass. 



\A/. e. drake:, 
remover of night soil. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
Depot Street, Easton Center. 

THClM A^ nni\l A Iff if* /Pure Milk from inspected stock deliv- 
/uiy/ri/io LSUnimilJL*, ereel in North Easton MORNING and 

MILK DEALER, Onter St., North Easton. \ EVENING. Patronage solicited. 



W 1 1 ^Kl-A Wt ^» ^ Has 1000s and lOOOs of different kinds of Wall 

n luuirtiuo, - Paper in all the latest colors. A postal will brlna 
«f NORTH EASTON, M ass. J them to your door. 



AND RKFKKF.Nf'K l'.onK OF KASTON. 



141 



ANTHONY'S STANDARD 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



EAS TON, MA SS. 

ABBREVIATIONS: N. E.. North Easton ; E. C, Easton Centre ; S. E., South Easl m 



Agricultural Implements. 
SWIFT BROS. Foundry st. See page 140. 
WILBUR, LEMUEL K. * Depot st.. E. C. See 
page 145. 

Auctioneers. 
PRATT, A. G. Poquanticut ave. Seepagel40. 
SPOONER, E. P. 57 Center. N. E. 

Automobile Manufacturers. 

Eclipse Automobile Co. Central st. 

Bakers. 
CALLAHAN, E. J. (Crackers.) Bridge St., N. 

E. See page 138. 
LANNER, C. G. & CO. 48 Center. N. E. See 

page 188. 

MAIN STREET BAKERY. Mrs. D. \ Renahan 

& Co.. Prop'rs. Main st,, N. E. See page 140. 

Bakers' Supplies. 

LACKEY, GEORGE A. Central st. S. E. See 

page 138. 

Band. 
I'niunville Band of North Easton. Harry Mar- 
shall, Leader. 

Banks. 
National Bank of Easton. Mainst.. N. E. 
North Easton Savings Bank. Main st.. N. E. 

Barbers. 
Harlow. Hugh E. Main st. 
LAMBERT, J. C. Washington St.. S. E. Sec 

page 135. 
MURPHY, JOHN F. Mechanic St., N. E. See 

page 167. 
MURPHY, P. J. Main st.. N. E. See page 188. 

Bicycle Dealers. 
Herring, R. E. Main, cor. William, N. E. 
O'CONNOR, J. J. Main st.. N. E. 

Blacksmiths. 
i See also Horseshi iers. 
ADAMS, J. ELMER. Turnpike st.. Eastondale. 

See page 188. 
DALEY, JOHN H. Daley's Corner, N. E. 
Fitzpatrick, Timothy. Depot st. 
PHELAN. FRANK. ' Hay st. 
SIMPSON, S. D. & SON'. Washington st., S. E. 
Sec page 13S. 

Boarding Houses. 

COOK'S HOTEL. Mrs. M. A Cook, Prop'r. 

Oliver st.. N. E. 
RUSSELL, MRS. FRED S. Main st.. N. E. 



Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
LYNCH. MICHAEL. Main si 
SLADEN, A. B. 9 Center N E - ■•• margin 



SWIFT BROTHERS. 

140. 



Foundry st . s >e pa- 



Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Darling, Arthur. Washington st.. s. E 
Hatch >v Grinnell. Mechanic st.. v i; 
Boot and Shoe Findings. 

Acme Rand Co. (Moulded Rands.) Washing 

ton st.. s. E. 
LYNCH, MICHAEL. Main St., N. E. 

Boot and Shoe Heel Manufacturers. 
RANDALL, J. F. Central St., S. E. 
I; iss Heel < ' >. Washington si 
Bottlers. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. Telephone 23-3, South 
Easti in. See back <■■ iver. 

Brick Dealers. 
DE WITT, GEORGE H. & SON. 36 Center, N I 
See page 187. 

Builders' Hardware. 
DE WITT, GEO. H. & SON. 36 Center, N 1 
See page 137. 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 

A1W00D, S. A. Center St., N. i: See page 

140, 
KING, HENRY W. King's ave., N. E S 

1 1.".. 

Butter and Cream. 
GLENDALE FARM. H. W. Heath, Prop'r 
Prospect st. See page l W. 

Cabinet Maker. 
II iward, Lucius. I'm. -ha-'- si S I 

Canned Goods. 
CALLAHAN, E. J. Bridge St., N. E Seepage 
136. 

Carbonated Beverages. 

SIMPSON SPRING CO. Teleph 23-8, South 

East< 'ii. See bach cover. 

Carriage and Wagon Builders. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy St., Mansfield Seepage 

SIMPSON, S. D. & SON. Washington si 
See 



PUVIrVf* RDHTHPDS \PURE MILK FROM SELECT AND INSPECTED 
£/IV\ 11\It DttU 1 IlIit\C>,. STOCK DELIVERED IS NORTH EASTOS 

MILK DEALERS. Easton Furnace. Mass. I DAILY. PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 



tie keeps the Best of Evenj- 



•THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." , A. (B. SLADEN 
But Your Groceries, Butter, 9 Center St., 

Tea, Coffee, and Spices of * NORTH EASTON, MASS. / ttllllQ the lliarket affOrdS. 



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Carriage Smiths. 
ADAMS, J. ELMER. Turnpike St., Eastondale. 

sw page 138. 
DALEY. JOHN H. Daley's Corner. N. E. 
PHELAN, FRANK. Bay St. 

Carriage Trimming. 
SIMPSON, S. D. & SON. Washington St., S. E. 
See page 138. 

Caterers. 

MAIN STREET BAKERY. Mrs. D. A. Renahan 

& Co.. Prop'rs. Main st., N. E. See page 140, 

Cattle Dealers. 

GRAPEVINE FARM. G. H. Farrar, Prop'r. 

Turnpike st. See page 166. 
LOOKOUT FARM. E. T. Goward, Prop'r. 

Turnpike st.. Eastondale. Seepage 167. 
VALLEY BROOK FARM. Horace H. Alger. 
Prop'r. Turnpike St.. Eastomlale. 

Cesspool and Vault Cleaner. 
DRAKE, W. E. Depot st.. E. C. See page 140. 

Cider and Vinegar Manufacturers. 
KING, HENRY W. Kings ave.. N. E. See 

page 145. 
ROLLINS, G. J. Highland st. See page 167. 

Cigars— Jobbers. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. Telephone 23-8, South 
Easton. See back cover. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
LACKEY. GEORGE A. Central, cor. Washing- 
tun, s. E. See page 188. 
MURPHY, JAMES H. Mechanic St., N. E. See 

page 138. 
MURPHY, P. J. Main st.. X. K See page 13s. 
O'CONNOR, J. J. Main St., X B. 
Ripley, Martin W. Depot st.. E. < '. 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 

Hay ward & Howard. Foundry st., Eastondale. 

Coal and Wood. 

See also Wood Dealers. > 

Ames. ' diver & Sens. < !orp. Main st.. X. E. 
DEAN, JOHN 0. & CO. Washington St., S I 

See page 136. 
GOWARD. J. C. 73 Main. X. E. See page 138 
LORD, 0. M. & SON. Elm St., X. E. 

Confectionery. 
GILMORE, ARTHUR F. Center st., E. C. See 

page 186. 

Hansc C. L. Bay st. 

LACKEY. GEORGE A. Central, cor. Washing 

ton, S. E. See page 188. 
MURPHY, JAMES H. Mechanic St., N. E See 

page 188. 
O'CONNOR, J. J. Main St., X. E. 
Wait.-. II P. il Main. X. E. 

Constable. 
PRATT, A. G. Poquantlcut ave. Seepage 140. 

Contractors Carpenters. 
BAt DWIN. J. W. Elm Bt., X K See p 
BONNEY, LUCIAN. (Jol r.) Washington St., 

s. E. 
Carpenter, David. (Jobber.) Poquantlcul ave. 
DE WITT, GEORGE H. & SON. 86 Centei N I 

See page 188 
HANSON, OLIVER. (Jobber.) Washington St., 

s E See page 188, 
I low aid i:< pger Jobber I Turnpike bI I a 

lale 
Smith, ( iiai i. - K \\ ashington Bl . Eae I 

Contractors Masons. 
\ adersou \ B '• Jennie Lind, N E 

Birnie. Adam llou aid St. 

Keith & l tiompson < lenter »1 N I" 



Pearson. Frank. Seaver st.. X. E. 
Staples, Herbert X. Highland st. 

Contractors— Stone. 
Dailev. Cornelius. Sheridan st.. N. E. 
DREW, WILLIS B. (Crushed.) Washington 
st.. N. E. 

Cracker Dealer. 
CALLAHAN, E. J. Bridge St., N. E. Seepagel36. 

Cranberry Grower. 
LOOKOUT FARM. E. T. Goward. Prop'r. Turn- 
pike St.. Eastondale. See page 167. 
Dairy Products. 
GLENBROOK FARM. H. W. Heath, Prop'r. 
Prospect st. See page 140. 

Dentist. 
Savery. W. P. Center St.. N. E. 

Door and Window Screens. 
PURINTON, C. F. CO. ( >ff Washington st.. S. E. 
See page 168. 

Drain Pipe. 
GOWARD, J. C. 73 Main. Yard, off Elm st. 

See page 13S. 

Dressmakers. 
Atwood, Mrs. J. D. 5 Williams. N. E. 
Clark, Miss c. a. Center st.. N. E. 
LOTHROP. MRS. A. W. Main St., X. E. 
Randall. Miss Lizzie. 86 Center. X. E. 

Druggists. 
Harlow & Co. 58 Main. X. E. 
Withington, G. Q. & Co. 7 Center. X. E. 

Druggists' Sundries. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. Telephone, 88-3, South 

Easton. See hark COVer. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
SLADEN, A. B. 9 Center, X. E. See margin 

lines. 
SWIFT BROTHERS. Foundry st. See page 1 In. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
GRUNDBERG, E. H. Washington st.. X 1. 
PHILLIPS, H. A. Depot St., E". C. Seepagel45. 

Engineers' and Surveyors' Tools. 
POOL, J. M. Foundry st. Seepages. 

Express Companies. 
\. u York and Boston Despatch. Center, cor. 

Main. 
Robinson's Express. Main St., N. I'.. 

Extract Manufacturer. 
Stackpole, E. I'. I South. 

Fence Posts. 
WILBUR. LEMUEL K. Depot St., E. C. See 
page 1 1"'. 

Fertilizers. 
DEAN, JOHN 0. & CO. Washington st.. s. I'.. 

See page 186 
LORD, 0. M. & SON. Elm Bt., X E. 

Fish Market. 
9 s i lenter bI . \ E. 
Florists. 
LEACH. J. H. & SON. Center St., X i: See 

i (86 

M. I ai land. John. Mam 1 . \ E, 

Flour, Feed, and Grain. 
DFAN, JOHN 0. & CO. Washington Bt., 8 E, 

pa e 186 
LORD, 0. M. & SON. Elm St., N I 



HUh Art and Imported Papers arc included in M a WILLIAMS, 

the collection held by (worth easton, mass. 



WALL PAPER and MOULD- 
ING always in stock. 



M. WILLIAMS, 

\ NORTH EASTON, MAS8. 



First-Class Workmanship on 
Hanging Paper. 



ami REFERENCE BOOK OF EASTON. 



Fruit and Vegetables. 
ATWOOD. S. A. Center St., N. E. See page 140. 
KING, HENRY W. King'save., N. E. Sei 

McLEOD, WILLIAM. Poquanticul ave. See 

page 167. 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS E. Poquanticul ave. 

Furnished Rooms. 
(Iran. Mrs. II. A. .Main St.. N. E. 
Packard. Miss Charlotte E. 59 Main. X. E. 
RUSSELL, MRS. FRED S. Main St., N. E. 
Furniture Moving. 

McCarthy, j. j. Main st.. x. k. seepage it.-,. 

Furniture Repairer. 
Peel, David. Foundry st. 

General Stores. 
Ames, Oliver & Sons' Corp. Mainst.,N. E. 
DINEEN & CO. 60 Main. X. E. See page l K>. 
Mitchell, Horace Y. Washington st.. s. E. 
SLADEN, A. B. H Center. X. E. See margin 

lines. 
SWIFT BROTHERS. Foundry st. Seepage 140. 

Grist Mill. 
DEAN, JOHN 0. & CO. Washington St., S. E. 
See page 130. 

Grocers— Retail. 
ATWOOD, S. A. Center st.. N. E. See page 140. 
Bradley, James F. 45 Main. X. E. 
DINEEN & CO. 60 Main. X. E. See page 140. 
GILMORE, ARTHUR F. Center St., EC. See 

page 186. 
Howard, J. M. Turnpike St., Eastondale. 
Kimball, George L. Hay st. 
LACKEY. GEORGE A." Central St., S. E. See 

page 138. 
SLADEN, A. B. '.I Center. X. E. See margin 

lines. 
Smith. William A. Washington st.. X. E. 
SWIFT BROTHERS. Foundryst. Seepagel40. 
White. Frank A. Depot St., S. E. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
SWIFT BROTHERS. Foundryst. Seepage 140. 

Hardware Specialties Manufacturers. 
NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY CO. Pond st., N.E. 

Harness Maker. 
Crosby, Cyrenus. Foundry st.. Eastondale. 

Harness Repairers. 
SIMPSON, S. D. & SON. Washington St., S. E. 
See page 13N. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
DEAN, JOHN O. & CO. Washington St., S. E. 

See page 136. 
Grady, A. X. Day st., X. E. 
LORD. O. M. & SON. Elm St., N. E. 
SWIFT BROTHERS. Foundryst. See page 1 10. 

Health Drinks. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. Telephone 23-3, South 
Easton. See hark cover. 

Horse Clipping. 
TILESTON. F. W. Washington St., Eastondale. 
See back cover. 

Horseshoers. 

i See also Blacksmiths, i 

ADAMS, J. ELMER. Turnpike st.. Eastondale. 

See page 138. 
Cheesman, John. Center st.. X. E. 
Conant, F. A Seaverst., X. E. 
DALEY, JOHN H. Daley's Corner, N. E. 
Fitzpatrick. Timothy. Depot st. 
PHELAN, FRANK.' Bay st. 
Hotel. 
COOK'S HOTEL. Mrs. M. A.Cook, Prop'r. 
Oliver st.. X. E. 



Ice Cream Manufacturers. 
MAIN STREET BAKERY. Mrs D \ Renahan 
& Co Prop'rs Main St., N. E. See page 140. 
PRATT, A. G. Po [uanticul ave 8 ■ pa 

Ice Dealers. 
GOWARD, J. C. 78 Mam N I 
MARSHALL, T. R Elm 

Incubator Manufacturer. 
Rankin, James. I'm-. -has s st., S. E. 

Insurance. 
< loggon, i:. II Belmonl St., N. E. 
Field, C. It. .v Co. Mam st., X. E. 
Hayward, E. B. Foundrj si Eastondale. 
HOWARD, WILLIAM N. (Fire.) Purcha 

s, E. 
King, J. B. 83 < tenter, X. E. 

Iron Casting Manufacturers. 
BELCHER MALLEABLE IRON CO. Foundry 

st. See page 167. 
DRAKE, L. S. Foundryst. See page 183. 

Jeweler and Watchmaker. 
SMITH, LEWIS H. Main St., X. E. 

Kitchen Utensils Manufacturers. 
NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY CO. Pond St.. 
N. E. 

Lawyers. 
BUCKLEY, DANIEL F. Lincoln St., X E 

Room 606, Tremont Building, Boston, 
BURKE. J. F. Jenny Lind St., N. E. B6De\ 

i mshire si .. Bi isti m. 
Conrov, Robert T. Williams st.. X. E. 
URAN'N, MARCUS L. i;i._.Main. X I 

Leather Dealer. 
RANDALL, J. F. Washington st., S. E 

Level Manufacturer. 
POOL, J. M. Foundryst. See pa,'»- ■.'. 

Library. 
Ames Free Library. Main St., N. E 

Lime and Cement. 
DEAN, JOHN 0. & CO. Washington si - 

See page 186. 
DE WITi - . GEO. H. & SON. 36 Center, N I 

see page Kir. 
GOWARD, J. C. 78Main, X l. See pa 
LORD, 0. M. & SON. Elm St., N. E. 

Lumber Dealers. 

BIRNIE, ROBERT. South st. 

DE WITT, GEO. H. & SON. 86 Center, \ 1 
See page 137. 

MARSHALL. THOMAS R. Elm St., N. E - 
page 145. 

SWEET, GEORGE H. Washingl m si Easton- 
dale. 

WILBUR. LEMUEL K. Depol - ■ . I • < 
page 145. 

Machinists. 

l>a\is. William E. Washingl in St., Eastondale 

White i\ Mac. So E isl mi 

Magnetic Physician. 
TINKHAM, D. B. 86 Washington St., N. E. *■• 
page 139. 

Malleable Iron Castings. 
BELCHER MALLEABLE IRON CO. Founlry 

st. See i»a. 
DRAKE, L. S. I "im Irj 

Market Gardeners. 
ATWOOD, S. A. Center St.. N E S 
KING. HENRY W. King's ave., N. E. Seepage 



1 HOMAS DONAHOE, 

MORNING AND EVENING by | NORTH EASTON, " MASS. 



PURE MILK delivered in North Easton / 



BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, AND DRY \NI)/ 
FANCY GOODS, and all the Latest Novelties at » 9 



A. B. SLADEN'S. 

NORTH EASTON. MASS. 



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Meats and Provisions. 
Carr Bros. Main, c >r. (.Voter. 
Haves. George G. Elm St., N. E. 
Ha'ATH. A. W. Prospect st. See page 14n. 
Maliff. Fred. 4 » Center. N. E. 
SWIFT BROS. Foundry st. See page 14". 
VALLEY BROOK FARM. Horace H. Alger, 

Prop'r. Turnpike St.. Eastondale. 
Men's Furnishings. 
Kieth. Geo. L.. Agent 41 Main. N. E. 
SLA DEN. A. B. 9 Center, N. E. See margin 

lines. 

Metal Ceilings. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. Williams St.. N. E. See 

margin lines. 

Milk and Delivery Wagon Builder. 
BUCK, A. E. Chauncy St., Mansfield. Seepages. 

Milk Dealers. 
DONAHOE, THOMAS. Center St., N. E. See 

margin lines. 
DRAKE, W. E. Depot St., E. C. 
ERVING BROTHERS. Easton Furnace. See 

margin lines. 
GLENDALE FARM. H. W. Heath. Prop'r. 

Prospect st. See page 140. 

li A. F. Bay sr. N. E. 

KING, HENRY W. King's ave.. X. E. See pape 

145. 
MARSHALL. JOHN B. Elm st.. X. E. 
Mc LEOD, WILLIAM. Poquanticut ave. See 

page 167. 
RANDALL. L. C. Washington st.. S. E. See 

pas • 167. 
Welch Walter. Foundry st. 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS E. 1' iquanticul ave. 
Willis. ii , r ace W. I; ickland st.. N. E. 
Milliners. 

Plum r, MissS. A. 5 Center. X. E. 

SPILLANE, MARGARET E. 76 Center, X. E. 
Williams. Mis Henry ('. 33 Main, N. E. 

Mill Supplies. * 

NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY CO. Pond st.. 
X. E. 

Music Teachers. 
Packard, Miss Charlotte E. 59 Main. X. E. 

Newsdealers and Stationers. 
MURPHY. JAMES H. Mechanic St., N. E. See 

paee 138. 
O'CONNOR, J. J. Main St.. X. E. 

Painters Carriage. 
ADAMS, J. ELMER. Turnpike St., Eastondale. 

See page 138. 
BURUNGAME. FRANK A. Elm st.. X. E. See 

page 145. 
SIMPSON. S. D. & SON. Washington St., S. E. 

See page 188. 

Painters House. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Bri lee St., N. E. 
BURUNGAME, FRANK A. Elm St., N. E See 

page 1 1.". 
CLONAN, JAMES T. Center St., N. E. Seepage 

188. 
DR^KE, GEORGE T. (Inside work a specialty.) 

Highland st. 
HARDY. PAR-ONS 0. Main I 

MACOMBER. HENRY C. Washington St., S. E. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. Williams St., N. E. See 

margin lines. 

Painters— Sign. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Bridge Bi V K. 
BURUNGAME. FRANK A. Elm Bl N I 

pa 
HARDY. PARSONS 0. Main st,. X E. 
MACOMBER, HEmRY C. Washington St., 8. E. 
WILLIAMS. MONROE. William- m. \ I. See 

margin Ifn ■ 



Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 

BURUNGAME, FRANK A. Elm st.. X. E. See 

pa _:e 145. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. Williams st.. X. E 

See margin lines. 

Paper Hangers. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Bridge st.. X. E. 
BURLINGAME. FRANK A. Elm St., X. E. See 

page 145. 
CLONAN, JAMES T. Center st.. X. E. See 

page 138. 
DRAKE, GEORGE T. Highland st. 
HARDY, PARSONS 0. Main St., X. E. 
MACOMBER, HENRY C. Washington st.. S. E. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. Williams st.. N. E 

See margin lines. 

Physicians. 
FLYNN, JOHN J. Main st.. X. E. Offlc e 

hours, 2 to 4 and 7 to '.' p. m. 
McCarthy, Thomas H. Mechanic, cor. Main. 

X. E. 
RANDALL, DANIEL L. Washington, cor 

Depot. S. E. Ofue-h >urs. 7 to '.I a. m: 
Sexton. F. J. 18 Center. X. E. 
STARBUCK, J. CLINTON. Lincoln St., X E. 

Office hours, until 9 a. m., from 1 to 2:30 and 

6:30 to 7:30 p. m. 
SWAN, J. J. Center, cor. Lincoln, N. E. Office 

hours. 1 to 8 and T to 9 p. m. 
TILDEN, F. E. Canton st.. X. E. Office hours, 

1 to 3 p. m. 

Picture Mouldings and Frames. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. Williams st.. X. E. See 

margin lines. 

Platers -Nickel. 
NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY CO. Pond st., X. 

E. 

Plumber. 
KELLEY, E. E. Center st., N. E. See page 140. 

Poulterers. 
GRUNDBERG, E. H. Washington st., X. E. 
MaLIFF, FRANK H. Lincoln St., X. E. See 

page 145. 
PHILLIPS, H. A. Depot St., E. C. Seepagel45 

Poultry Grit. 
DREW. WILLIS B. Washington St., X. E. 

Printer. 
Keith, i rank P. Mechanic st.. x. E. 

Real Estate 
DE WITT, GEORGE H. & SON. 36 Center, X 

E. See page 137. 
GOWARD, E. T. Turnpike St., Eastondale. See 

page 167. 
PADELFORD, J. FRED. Centerst., E C. 
PKATT, A. G. Poquanticut ave See page 140. 
WILBUR, LEMUEL K. Depot St., E. C. See 
page 1 15. 

Saw Mills. 
BIRN'E, ROBERT. South st. 
MARSHALL, 1HOMAS M. Elm st.. N. E. See 

page 145. 
SWEET, GEORGE H. Washington at., Easton 
dale. 

Sheet Metal Punchers. 
NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY CO. loud si N 
E. 

Shoe Polish Manufacturers. 

\\ Uliam A Maul. >ii Mam -I 

Shovel Manufacturers. 
Ames, Oliver Sons' Corp Main st. N i. 

Stables. 

MCCARTHY, J. J. Main st., X. E. See page 166 

PHILLIPS. H. A. Depol Bt . E. C. Seepage 1 16 

RANDALL, L. C. Wa oington Bl , S E. See 

pa .• 167. 



Ceilings Tinted, Lined,/ IU Ufjl I IflMk * Theatre scenes painted 
or Frepcoed. \ North Lasion . Maks. ' i" realistic style. 



B&£88JSr*\M. WILLIAMS,! HOHTH EflSTON. 



AND RKFKKKM K liooK OF EASTON. 



145 



Steam and Hot Water Heating. 
KELLEY, E. E. Center St., N. E. Seepage 140. 

Stock Farms. 
GRAPEVINE FARM. G. II. Farrar, Prop'r. 

Turnpike St.. Eastondale. Seepage 166 
LOOKOUT FARM. E. T. Goward, Prop'r. Turn- 
pike st., Eastondale. See page 167. 

Stoves and Ranges. 
KELLEY, E. E. Center St., N. E. See page 140. 

Tailor. 
Schindler, E. C. 55 Main. X. E. 

Teaming. 
MCCARTHY, J. J. -Main st., X. E. See page 166. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. 
KELLEY, E. E. Center st., N. E. Seepagel40. 



Variety Store. 
GILMORE, ARTHUR F. Center Bl i. l 
page 186. 

Wall Papers. 
WILLIAMS, MONROE. William- -I . N I 
margin lines. 

Watch and Clock Repairer. 
SMITH, LEWIS H. Mam St., N E. 

Window Screens Manufacturers. 
PURINTON. C. F. CO. Off Washin 
E. See page 168. 

Wood Dealers. 
BIRNIE, ROBERT. South st. 
SWEET, GfcOKGE H. Washington si , Baston 



lal. 

WILBUR, LEMUEL K. 
page 145. 



I t 81 I . ' 



T. K IARSHALL, 

SHINGLE 0ND CIRCULAR SOW DULL 

...MANUFACTURER OF... 

PflNSY AND TOFIlflTO BOXES, Etc 



ELM STREET. 



NO. E\ST0N. M*SS. 




MUE 



K. WILBUR, 



EASTON, MASS. 

DEALER IN WOOD. CHESTNUT AND PINE LUMBER, 

Piles, Posts, both Chestnutand Red Cedar. Also Electric Poles, 
Mowers, Rakes, Tedders, Etc. 

Real Estate, Farms, Houses, and House Lots Bougfit, Sold, and Exchanged. 

While you are talking about 

RHODE ISLAND RED53, 

Call on 

H„ A. PHILLIPS, 

And see the handsomest flock in the State. Eggs for hatching. 

IE^L.STOISr CIEISTTIE^IE, MASS., InTEAIR, DEPOT. 



IM R Y 



Dea ler in 



KING 



fresh vegetables, fruit, and poultry, 

Butter. Milk, Eggs, Lard, Cheese, and Canned Goods. Manufacturer of pure Cider and Cider Vinegar. 



KING'S AVENUE, 



NORTH EASTON, MASS. 




FRANK A. BURLINGAME, 

House, Sign, and Carriage Painter, Paper 
Hanging, Glazing, and Kalsomining. 

A full line of Paints, Oils, and Varnishes constantly on hand. 

Elm Street, - North Easton, Mass. 

Fran k H. Mhliff, 

Poultry of all kinds, Ducks, Geese, and Pigeons. Wild Game 
Bought and Sold. 

Residence, Lincoln Street, - - North Easton, 

Pure Milk from select and in- | T U, .~ -^ ri/~»r»ah»r»0 ) -*" orders 

spected stock delivered in North [ I nOlTldb U U II dl 1 U tJ, , mended to 

Easton Morning and Evening by \ M ilk Dealer, N orth Easton. (promptly anennea 10. 



The best line of Groceries,; A. B. SLADEN'S, (Choice Creamery Butter a 
Tea, Coffee, and Spices 9 center ST., - c ■ n 

can be found at * no. easton, MASS. ' Specialty. 



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HIGHLAND PARK CAFE. 

Visitors to this park should make it a point to have 
supper or dinner at this carefully conducted cafe. 
Everything in season served in good style at rea- 
sonable prices. 

Temperance beverages. 

"We have a full stock of Simpson Spring Drinks and Soda with pure fruit juices. 
Bicycle Checking at the Park Gate. 

ISAAC BEALS, Prop'r, AVON, MASS. 



E. P. NOTES, 

DEALER IN BEST QUALITY 

COAL 

Fop House and Factory. 

Orders Promptly Attended to. 
Office and Yards, High St., near Depot. 



HENRY MASON, 



DEALER IN 



COAL. 

Selected Coal from the best mines 

carefully prepared for 

domestic use. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 

Office, 20 Main St., AVON, MASS. 



GODFREY KNIGHT, 



DEALER IN 



Periodicals, Newspapers, 
Stationery. 

CIGARS. TOBACCO. HND CONFECTIONERY. 

Avon Sq., A VON, MASS. 



OLIVER'S 

AVON AND BOSTON EXPRESS. 

A general Passenger and Freight 

Service between above points 

Promptly Done. 

LEAVE AVON 8 A. M. AND 12 M. 
Boston Office, 95 Arch St. 

ORDER BOXES, 141 Summer St., 46 North Market St 

All Mail Orde rs Promptly Attended to. 
C. F. OLIVER, Prop'r, AVON, MASS. 



J. H. O'BRI 

■"-MIM' ^ y >'J .. yui . 




IM. 

1 o e: 

Furnished In any quantity 
at reasonable, prices. 

Family Trade a Specialty. 

ALSO 

FEWER HUD JOBBER. 

Office at Residence, 19 East Main St . 

AVON, MASS. 



,SM0W CARDS, GLASS, BRASS, IRON, WOOD, M \a/ I | A M S 

OR GLOTti SIGNS MADE, BY \ north easton. mass. ' 



Crocer p e r S ovis"io e ns ts> and I G E N E R A L \ FR ANK BARTLETT, 

Dry and Fancy Goods. \ STORE. " ' E. Main St., Cor. V*. Spring. Avon. Mass 



AND HEFRKENCE BOOK OF Won. 



1 IT 



AVON, MASS. 



In Norfolk ( lounty, 3 miles from Brockton, and tt miles south of Boston, on the Plymouth dl 

oi the X. v.. X. II. & ll. R. i; in area il contains (.5 square miles, and isth hundred and ninety 

ninth in rank in importance in the Com n wealth. Connected by electric railway systems with 

Brockton and Randolph. 

Highland Park, Brockton's favorite pleasure ground is located in A.von. Thousands of pleasure 
seekers and tired mortals sweltering with summer's heal find resl and entertainment in n- mam 
attractions. 

Incorporated a town February 21, 1888. Population United States census 1890 1,884 Stati 
sus 1895, 1.626. Valuation, Real Estate, $758,000. Personal Property, $62,000, Total -■ Num- 

ber of Polls. 498. Rate of Tax. sis, m 



AVON POSTOFFICE. 

GODFREY KNIGHT, Postmaster. 

Office hours, 1:00 a. m. to 8 p. m. Mails open 7:30, 9:00, 11:30 a. m., 4:45, 5:45 p u Mails close 8-10 a u 
12:10, 1:00, 5:10 p. m. 



AVON CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— Baptist Church. Rev. Walter R. Bartlett, pastor. 

Roman Catholic— St. Michael's Roman Catholic church. Main St.. Rev. David J. Herlihy, pastor. 



AVON INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC— C. M. Packard Post, No. 193, G. A. R.— Meets set I 

and fourth Saturdays of each month in Forest Hall. Main St. 
Sons of Veterans.— John Palmer Camp, No. 93.— Meets second and fourth Mondays of each 

month at Forest Hall. Main St. 
Woman's Relief Corps.— C. M. Packard Post, No. 123.— Meets first and third Fridays t 
each month at Forest Hall. Main St. 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.— Forest Lodge, No. 1510.— Meets first and third Mondays of each month 

at K. of H. Hall. Main St. 
MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS.— Meets second and fourth Mondays of 
each month at Foresters' Hall. Enterprise Block. 



AVON 
ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 

Leave Avon for Brockton 6:00, 6:10, 6:20, 6:40, 7:00, 7:20, 7:30, 7:50a. m., then every half hour until 
4:50 p. m., then 5:00, 5:20, 5:30,5:50. 6:00, 6:20, 6:30, 6:50, 7:00, 7:20 p. m., then every hall hour until 10:20 
p. m., then 10:40, (11:10 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday; 11:50 Wednesday and Saturday) 
Sunday 7:50, then every half hour until 10:20 p. m.. then 10:40 p. in. 

Returning, leave Brockton, first car at 5:15a. m., last carat 10:45" p. m. Sundays, first car 7:15 a. 
m., last car 10:15 p. m. 

Cars for Randolph. Milton. Boston, So. Braintree. and Quincy half hourly. 



(DOHTIRER D. RICHARDSON. 

INSURANCE. 

Representing 
Abington Mutual. Dorchester Mu- 
tual. Traders' and Mechanics' 
Mutual. Fitchburg Mutual. 
Sun Insurance Office, Lon- 
don. Reliance Insurance 
Co., Phil. 



Park St., 

p. o. 



Avon, Mass. 

BOX 132. 



HARRY N. H0LBR00K, 




Breeder and 
Dealer of 

tligh Class Faiicn 

PIGEONS. 

Avon, Mass. 

P. O. Box 104. 



Contracting and Jobbing 

MASON. 



EDIOtfD S. HOWES 



PAGE ST., 
) 'Avon, Mass. 



Ei. fc.& A. FRENCH,/ 
South St., 
AVON, MASS. \ 



LONG AND SHORT W00D > | M ^S3f^ Mfc 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



OF- 



AVON, MASS. 



Barbers. 
Clark, J. B. 3 E. Main. 
Luna, C. P. W. Main st. 

Blacksmiths. 
COLLINS, B. E. Main st. 

MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Bobbins St. See 
page i<>">. 

Boots and Shoes Dealer. 
BARTLETT. FRANK. E. Main. cor. W. Spring. 
See margin lines. 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Foster, .1. F. & Son. Pratt st. 
Dorgan, < '. Eigh st. 
Hum. M. E. Main st. 
MASON, HENRY. 20 Main. See page 140. 

Bottlers. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. SouthEaston. Seeback 
cover. 

Butter. Cheese, and Eggs. 
LITTLEF1ELD, W. W. I Spring. See page l.Vi. 

Carbonated Beverages. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. SouthEaston. Seeback 



Sei 



Sei 



Carriage Builders. 
COLLINS. BARTLETT. I. Main St. 
MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Robbinsst, 
page 165. 

Carriage Smiths. 
COLLINS. BARTLETT. 1. Main st. 
MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Robbins st 
page 165. 

Carriage Trimmer. 

COLLINS, B. E. Main Bt. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

EDWARDS, G. K. High Bt. 
KNIGHT. GODFREY. Avon sq. See page 141 
LITTLEFIELD. CYRUS. E Main st. 
Lynch, P. II R Wain I 

Coal and Wood. 
MASON, HENRY. 20 Main. See page 146. 
NOYES, E. P. High st. See page 146, 

Confectionery. 
KNIGHT. CODFREY. Avon sq. Set i 
LITTLEPIELD, CYRUS. E. Main Bt. 
26 Main 
Contractor Carpenter. 
SNELL, V. L. lOSprlng. See page 165. 



i lis 



Contractors Masons. 
Buckman, J. A. 40 Main. 
HOWES, E. S. Page st. See margin lines. 

Depot Carriages. 
Harding, George H. w. Mam st. 
Dressmakers. 
Bessey, Carrie. W. Main st. 
McCabe, Margaret K. Main st. 
Murphy, Miss Catherine ('. Page St. 
Murphy, Mary. Page Bt. 

Druggist. 
i Hum >re. Edward. Main st . 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
BARTLETT, FRANK. E. Main. cor. West 

Spring. Sec margin lines. 
Taj lor, William. 1 1 Main. 

Express Companies. 

WW York and I:.. stmt Dispatch. R. H. Station. 
OLIVER'S AVON AND BOSTON EXPRESS. 

E. Main st. See page i to 

Fish Dealers. 

si han. P. H. Gill st. 

Simmons, •<. F. Main st. 

Florist. 
Thrasher, Thomas <:. E. High st. 

Flour, Feed, and Grain. 
LITTLEFIELD, CYRUS. E. Main St. 

General Store. 
BARTLETT, FRANK. E. Main, cor. W. Spring 
See iii.i rgin lines. 

Grocers Retail. 
BARTIETT. FRANK. E. Main, cor. W. Spring, 

See mars In lines, 
i Irane, B, Main si . 
EDWARDS, G. K. High si. 

Fell r. C. H. a Co. Stain I 

LITTLEFIELD, CYRUS. E. Main st . 
LITTLEFIELD. W. W. I Spring. See page 150, 
Hi i k-nnigle & Gill. Main, cor, High. 

Hardware. 
BARTLETT. FRANK. E. Main, cor. W. Spring 
Bee margin lines, 

Harness Maker. 
Maj tra, W. Main Bt. 



PURE JERSEY'E,. E. & ft. rR&NGH.; MILK £ UT "!1 IARS 

HILK AND CHbAM. ) South St., AVON, MASS. i HN OLAbb JAKb. 



FRANK BARTLETT,|Groceries. n Pro s visions. ; Qgj^jgJ g+Qjn 

E. Main St., Cor. W. Spring, Avon.! Dry Goods. / ^Ulll/lU;! kJUUXVj. 



ani> i;i.i'i.i;i:m i: i'.<>< >k <>\- \\< >n. 



149 



Horseshoers, 
(See also Blacksmiths.) 
COLLINS, B. E. Main st. 

MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Robbins st. See 
page ior>. 

Hotel. 



Hotel Avon. W. 



O'BRIEN, J. H. 



Main st. 
Ice Dealer. 

E. Main st. See page 1 16. 
Insurance. 



CURTIS, A. PERRY 

RICHARDSON, MORTIMER D. 

page 147. 

Library. 
Avon Public Library. 

Lunch Rooms. 
Oliver, C. W. 7 W. Main. 



Lincoln st., Stoughton. 
Page st. See 



Meats and Provisions. 

E. Main, cor. W. Spring. 



BARTLETT, FRANK 

See margin lines. 
Dolan, J. T. Robbins st. 
<»tis, A. 22 Main. 

Milk. 

FRENCH, E. E. & A. South st. See margin 

lines. 
GURNEY, A. E. W. Main St. 
Hutchins, E. B. Main st. 
Littletiekl Bros. E. Main st. 
Mangan, Patrick H. W. Main st. 
3icGonigle, Owen. E. Main st. 

Motor Carriage Manufacturers. 

Tubine Motor and Carriage Co. High st. 

Music Teachers. 

BURRELL, WILLIAM F. Robbins st. 

Sisk, Nellie Pearl. 18 High. 

Newsdealer and Stationer. 

KNIGHT. GODFREY. Avon sq. See page 140. 

Nurse. 

RANDALL, MRS. A. F. Pond st, 

Painters— Carriage. 

MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Robbins st See 

E. Main st. 

Painters— House. 

CRUMP, W. H. 66 E. Main st. See page 150. 
PORTER, CHARLES F. 20 Spring. See page 150. 

Painters Sign. 

MAC DONALD, J. D. & SON. Robbins st. See 



page It 
COLLINS, B 



page 10! 



Paper Hangers. 



CRUMP, W. H. 00 E. Main. See page 15ii. 
PORTER, CHARLES F. 20 Spring. See page 
150. 

Park. 

HIGHLAND PARK. Isaac Beals, Prop'r. W. 

Main st. See page 140. 



Physicians. 

Elliott, R. A. E. Main st. 

Gifford, Silas B High st. 
Linfield, E. P. H 

May. C. E. W. Main st . 

Pigeon Fancier. 

HOLBROOK, HARRY N. 16 I page 

147. 

Pleasure Resort. 

HIGHLAND PARK. Isaac Beals, Manager. W. 
Main st. See page 1 16 

Poultry. 

Buckman, .1 \ W, Main st. 

Butler, C. C. Highst. 

Butler, C. H. Page st. 

Butler, .1. W. Page st. 

Drew, E. 80 High. 

Linfield M. D. .Main st. 

M.i ionigle, J. E. E. Main St. 

METCALF, W. H. 69 Main. See page 150. 

Paine, H. A. E. Main st. 

Thayer, Walter. Pond st 

Produce. 

I-Vfly. J. J. Robbins st. 

Printer. 
Bodwell, Fred P. 10 High. 

Real Estate. 
Drew, Eugene. 20 High. 

Restaurants. 

HIGHLAND PARK CAFE. Highland Park, W. 

Main st. See page 140. 
Porter. B. W. W. Main St. 

Stoves and Ranges. 

Stockwell, O. C. W. Main st. 

Street Commissioner. 

ROBBINS, GEORGE N. Main St. 

Tailors. 

Fisher, Harry. Main. cor. High. 

Teaming and Jobbing. 

Doherty, A. Rock st. 

METCALF, W. H. 69 Main. See page 150. 

O'BRIEN, J. H. E. Main si See page 146 

Teas and Coffees. 

EDWARDS, G. K. Highst. 

Veronica Spring Water. 

COLBY. E. L. C. N. E. Agent 100 H.. 
Boston. See pag 



COLLINS, B. 



Wagons. 

E. Main st. 

Wall Paper. 

SO Spring. 



PORTER, CHARLES F 
150. 

Wood Dealers. 



See page 



Edwards, Q. A. 
FRENCH, E. E 



K. Main st. 

& A. S..utli st 



METCALF, W. H. 69Main 
O'BRIEN, J. H. East Mam si 



margin 

See \:i- 

See page l 16. 



EDMOND S 

Page St., 
11 



. HOWES,i JOBBING \"°™ prompin aon 
Avon, Mass. HvIason.) at reasonable pr.ces. 



Long and Short ) p T- O, A p r U * SOUTH STREET, 

Wood, full Measure J 1 ^* ^ OCT1+ -TTenCn^ AvQn Mass 



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W. H. CRU7V\P, 

Contractor Painter. 

House Painting, Interior Finish, Payer Hanging, Whiteuer, 
and Glazier. 

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 

- Shop, 66 East Main St., : : : Avon, Mass. 




W. H. METCALF, 

AIVIIIMG AND JOB 



I IMG 



All work promptly attended to. Also dealer in Hard wood in any 
quantity. We make a specialty of first-class Maple wood. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 69 fllHIN STREET, 



HYON, mess. 



BELCHER, 

Florist. 

Cut 

Flowers, 
Potted 
Plants, 
Funeral 
and 

Wedding 
Designs. 

Greenhouse and Residence, 
South Franklin St., Holbrook, Mass. 




MAURICE MURPHY, 

L.IVERY 

SALE "STABLE. 

Blacksmith and 
Horseshoer. Car- 
riage and Wagon 
Repairing. 

Agricultural Implements. 
Careful Attention to all Work. 

Chandler street, - Holfirook, mass. 




A. G . H A N N A, 




Holbrook, 
Mass. 

P.O.Box 153 



C. F. PORTER, 

PAINTER AND . . 
MURAL DECORATOR. 

GLAZING AND GRAINING. 

Wall Papers, Varnishes, Etc. 

20 Spring St., Avon- 



W. W. LITTLEFIELD, 

Dealer in Fine Creamery Butter, Cheese, Eggs, and Lard. 

My goods are selected, and the best possible to obtain, 

and sold on small margin. 

Office at Residence, 4 Spring St., - Avon, Mass. 



KM K)])] 



ISLAND KEDS. 



Strong, hn • i it 1 1 v birds, te .,,... i . unlimited rangs, < i ■ i< 1 the 

I atoi u monaj • •■ 1 1 > buj 

Stock and Izggs for sale in season. 

H. A. WENTWORTH. - Holbrook, Mass. 
fSSS&ftSR&tf 'FRANK BARTLETTV GENERAL 

Shoes, Dry Ooods. \ B. Main, Cor. W. Spring St., Avon. I STORE. 



GENERAL STORE' frank bartlbtt, 

UUI1L.1IUL. U 1 UIIL ^ E Maln st Cor w Spring, Avon. Mass I BITTER. CHEESE, and EGGS 



( HARDWARE. CROCKERY, and 
GLASSWARE. 



AND REFERENCE H v "I HOl.HKoOK 



l«l 



HOLBROOK, MASS. 

Once a part of Randolph, in Norfolk County, 14 miles south of Boston, on the Plymouth l>h 1sion 
of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. ( lonnected hy electric car Bervice with So. Braintree, Braintree, Brook 
ville. Brockton, and Montello. K contains 7.6 square miles of territory and includes the village of 

Brookville. It ranks th hundred and flf ty-seventh in importance m the state. incorporated 

a town. Feb. 20, 1N7':„>. Population, V. S. census 1890, 2,474. State fensus, 1895, 2,298 Valuatio 
estate. $1,080,210, personal property, $180,822. Total. $1,210,622. Number of polls. 585. Rate of ta 

HOLBROOK POST-OFFICE. 

C. W. l.lNcoi.N. Postmaster. 
Office hours : 7:0(1 a. in. to N:<nt p. in. Tuesday ami Thursday eyeninjjrs close at 7:00 p. m. Mails 

open 7:25, 9:00a. m., 1:40, 1:35,7:00 p.m. Mails close 7:00, 8:15 a. m., 12 1 n. 1:25,6:3 

BROOKVILLE POSTOFFICE. 



Office hours : 
p. m. 



A. A. BEAMAN, Postmaster. 
r:00a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Mails open 9:00a. m., 5:00 p. m. 

HOLBROOK CHURCHES. 



Mails close S:iHia. in. » :< n i 



Baptist.— Brookville Baptist Church, So. Franklin st. No settled pastor. 

Congregational.— Winthrop Congregational Church, No. Franklin St., Rev. W. I". Lowe, pastor. 

Methodist.— Methodist Episcopal church. Plymouth st., Key. w. .1. Kelley, pastor. 

Roman Catholic— St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, No. Franklin st.. Key. I). J. Hurlihy. pastor. 

HOLBROOK INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 

HOLBROOK MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.-Meets at call in Town Ball. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR.— Holbrook Lodge, No. 1753.- Meets first and third Friday evenings of each 

month at Town Hall. Franklin st. 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.- Norfolk Lodge, No. 119. Meets every Wednesday evening at Pythian 

Hall, No. Franklin st. 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.— Brookville Grange, No. 197.— Meets first and third Friday evenings 

of each month at Eugene Hall, South st. 
UNITED ORDErt OF THE GOLDEN CROSS. Holbrook Commandery, No. 382. Meets everj 

Tuesday evening at Golden < !ross Hall. Plymouth st. 
MISCELLANEOUS'.— Holbrook Mutual Relief Association. Meets in Town Ball second Wednes 

day in January and July. Sub-committees meet second Wednesday of each month. 

HOLBROOK ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE. 

Leave Holbrook for Brockton. 6:05, 6:80 a. m.. then every half hour until 10:80 p. m. Sundays. 8 a.m., 

then every half until 10:30 p. m. 
Leave Brockton for Holbi k. 5:20, 5:80, 5:50 a. m., then every half hour until 9:50 p.m. Sunday-. 

7:20 a. m., then every half hour until 9:50 p. m. Cars for So. Braintree and Quincy balfhourly. 



JOHN W. PORTER, 




COAL and WOOD 



YARD AT DEPOT. 
HOLBROOK, IVIi 



E. C. HOWARD, 

SUCCESSOR TO E. C. HOWARO. 

CHOICE 

FAMILY 
GROCERIES. 

PLYMOUTH ST., - HOLBROOK, MASS . 




CONTRACTING 
MASON. 



lEDJWOND S. A/OWES, ^stimat f es lly 

i AVON, MASS. / FURNISHED. 



E. E. anfl A. FEENCH 



IJERSEY MILK and\ SOUTH ST., 

. I CREAM. /Avon, Mass. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



HOLBROOK, MASS. 



ABBREVIATIONS : B., Brookville. 



Agricultural Implements. 

HOWARD, ELLIS C. Plymouthst. See page 

151. 
MURPHY, M. Chandlerst. See page 150. 

Auctioneer. 
King, John. Weston s( 

Band. 
Holbrook Brass Band. J. W. Chessman, leader. 

Bank. 
Holbrook Co-Operativc Bank. N. Franklin St. 

Barbers. 

\.lams. John. N. Franklin St. 
Leary, Arthur J. Plymouth si. 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairers. 

French, Eenry M. N. Franklin at. 

N>-\ ins. W. II. Franklin si.. B. 

Blacking Manufacturer. 
White, Ellis a. 100 Franklin, B. 

Blacksmiths. 
i See also Borseshoers. i 
Hci larter, C. H. Plymouth si. 
MURPHY, M. Chandlerst. SeepagelK). 
Sullivan, M L. Division si. 

Boot and Shoe Dealer. 
Paine, •' W. N. Franklin si. 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

Belcher & Reed. S Franklin Bt. 
i i N. i ranklin §t, 



Bottlers. 

SIMPSON SPRING CO. South Easton. See 
back cover. 

Cabinet Maker. 
Diman. Frank. Plymouth St. 

Carbonated Beverages. 

SIMPSON SPRING CO. South Easton. See 
hack cover. 

Carriage Dealers. 

Belcher, Edward. Plymouthst. 
MURPHY, M. Chandlerst. SeepagelSO. 

Carriage Smith. 
MURPHY, M. Chandlerst. See page 160. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
McGoughy, M. A. N. Franklin st. 

Coal and Wood. 

Belcher, EbenezerS. South st. 

Hickey, James. N. Franklin si . 

1 1 Neil < loal < !o. 186 S. Franklin. 

PORTER, JOHN W. Union st. SeepagelSl. 

Contractors Carpenters. 

Brewer, E. Cottage, cor. Summer, 
l »yer, w. <; N Franklin si. 

Hodge, iiinis.in ,v Co. N. Franklin r, Lin- 

lid. I. 
i in I lips, ( 'ha ill -s B. Franklin st.. B, 

Contractors Masons. 

Forbes, W, T. Union st. 

Jones, T. ll. South si . B. 

JORDAN, Z. P. Unionat. Seepagel66. 

Sleeper, Levi a Plymouth Bt, 



Funeral and /FRANK T 

Wedding D esigns.'Unlon St., Hoi 



WHITE jCut Flowers and 
brook, Mass! / Potted Plants. 



F l^TT A u\iwri? E ' WAL.TER E. WHITE, REASONABLE RATES 

IIXNlJKAIVLb. \ Union St., Holbrook, Mass.' BcSt COIll|)anit;.S. 



AND REFERENCE !'.< >t >K <>!•' Hi >U'.K< >< >K. 



15; 



Crockery and Glassware. 
HOWARD, ELLIS C. Plymouth at. Sei 
151. 

Dentists. 

Forrest.*;. L. S. Franklin si. 
Pray, W. M. Union st. 

Dressmakers. 
Daly, Miss Mary E. Union Bt. 
Eaton, Miss Cora N. S. Franklin st. 
Thayer, Miss Mabel C. Union st. 

Dried Fruits Packers. 
AUSTIN, JOHN B. Plymouthst. Selling agents, 
A. II. Morse & Co., 9 Broad St., Boston 
inside back cover. 

Druggists. 

Yahnig, George E. S. Franklin St. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 
Gordon, Mrs. F. M. Franklin sq. 

Eggs for Hatching. 
WENTWORTH, H. A. Pine st. See page 150. 

Express Companies. 

Keliher's Boston & Holbrook Express. Union st. 
New York & Boston Despatch Express Co. Ply- 
mouth st. 

Florists. 
BELCHER, M. L. X. Franklin st. See page 

150. 
HANNA, A. G. Union st. See page 150. 
Lively & Bond. Weymouth st. 
WHITE, FRANK T." Union st. See margin lines. 

Fruit Packers. 
AUSTIN, JOHN B. Plymouthst. Selling Agents, 

A. H. Morse & Co., 9 Broad St., Boston. See 
inside back coyer. 

Grocers— Retail. 

Dinian, H. H. S. Franklin st. 

Faxon, B. A. & Co. Franklin, cor. Linwood, B. 

Hallet & Baxter. N. Franklin st. 

HOWARD, ELLIS C. Plymouthst. Seepage 

151. 
Southworth, J. T. N. Franklin. 
Wilde, George T. S. Franklin. 

Hardware. 
HOWARD, ELLIS C. Plymouthst. Seepage 

151. 

Horseshoer. 

(See also Klaeksmit lis, i 
MURPHY, M. Chandler st. See page 150. 

Hotel. 

Holbrook House. Franklin st. 

Insurance Agents. 
Peckman, ( '. W. Union st. 
Tiernev. .lames J. Franklin st. 
WHITE, WALTER E. Union st. See margin 
lines. 

Lawyer. 
French, George B. N. Franklin. 

Library. 

Holbrook Public Library. X. Franklin st. 



Meats and Provisions. 
Bourbeau, D, E. Plymouth Bt. 

Milk Dealers. 

Emory, Isaac. Linw I Bt., B 

Hayden, Lutha A.. Jr. s. Franklin - 
Holbrool i i 

POOLE, CARLTON A. Ply uth Bt 

Sprague, X. P. s. Franklin st. 

Music Teachers. 
Leonard, Miss Nellie. Franklin st.. B. 
Payne, Alice F. N. Franklin. 

Nurse. 
BELCHER, MRS. ABBIE F. N. Franklin. 

Painter House. 
Barnard, s. N. Franklin. 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 
HOWARD, ELLIS C. Ply uthst. See pa 

Physicians. 

Clark. C. W. S. Franklin st. 
Kingsbury, J. B. X. Franklin. 

Plumbers. 
HAMMER, WILLIAM P. & SON. Union st. 

Poultry Fanciers. 
Blanchard, W. A. Pond st. 
Polkingham, W. II. Pi .ml st. 
WENTWORTH, H. A. Finest. S& 

Printer. 
Thayer, L. A. X. Franklin st. 

Real Estate. 
Hollis, Newton. 95 N. Franklin. 

Shoe String Manufacturer. 
Reed, Levi. Plymouth st. 

Stables. 
Duggan, C. J. (Exchange.) 89 N. Franklin. 
MURPHY, M. Chandlerst. See pag 

Steam Fitters. 
HAMMER, WILLIAM P. & SON. Union st. 

Stoves and Ranges. 
HAMMER, WILLIAM P. & SON. Union st 

Teaming and Trucking. 
Ford, E. E. South st., B. 

Teas and Cotfees. 

Hallet A' Baxter. N. Franklin St. 
HOWARD, ELLIS C. Plymouthst. Pa§ 

Telegraph and Telephone. 
<; T. Wilde's. (Public telephone.) N. Franklin 

st 
Western Union Telegraph ('•■ N "s N II. a. 

II. R. R. station, Unioi 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY, E. L. C. N. E. agenl 
ton. See page 3. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Far.. .1.-. A. Chandler st. 



Personal Attention edmond 



Given all Work. 



\ Page St., 



S. HOWES,} Contracting and Jobbing 
Avon, Mass. ' MASON. 



LflZELL'S PEBF0P1ES BBE SOLD ONLY BY DRUGGISTS. 



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M. E. LEAHY & CO., 

Hard and Soft Coal, Cord Wood, and 
Wood Sawed and Split. Agents for Deer- 
ing Harvesting Co., all kinds of Haying 
Utensils ; also Swift's Lowell Fertilizer Co. 
Office and Yard, Warren Street, at Depot, 
RANDOLPH, MASS. 



MANN, 

BICYCI-E REPAIRER. 

Dealer in Sundries and Special Parts. Quality above Quantity my Motto. 

North Main St., Near No. 2 Engine House, Randolph, Mass. 



IhCO 




rsoiM, 

Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. 




Pure Milk Delivered Daily at Residences. 
RANDOLPH, MASS 



CHARLES A. PAYNE, 

BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

LIGHT MACHINE WORK. 

North Main Street, - Randolph, Mass. 

Established ;.v.< ;. 

RALPH HOUGHTON, 

UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER, 
175 North Main St., 




RANDOLOH, 



MASS. 



A lady assistant Orders left at the 

Store of A. 8. Kane j>r<>nij>tiy attend- 
ed t<>. Connected by Telephone, 



BELL 7VY. CHRMICHHEL 

NURSE, 

North Main Street, - - Randolph, Mass. 

WALTER E. WHITE, i 



Ah tzfn B atZeV TSSt i Fire and ife Insurance * jEss^**-* 

lOItJBROOK, mass. \ l,,u U U U u,u IUUUIUHUU. I reliable oompaz 



panies. 



HAVE YOU EVER TRIED MORTON BROS.' TAUNTON LAUNDRY? 

NOTHING IN THIS -SECTION EQUALS IT POR NICE WORK 

F". A. FRENCH, AGENT LYCEUM BLOCK, RANDOLPH. 



AND REFERENCE BOOE OF RANDOLPH. 



1 r,r, 



RANDOLPH. MASS. 



A. fine typical New England village, 15 miles south of Boston, on the Ply it li and Taunton 

Divisions of theN. Y.. N. H. & H. R. B. It ttas just 10 square miles in its territory, including the vil 
lages of Tower HillandWesi Corners, and isthe one hundred and eleventh place of rank in the 
Commonwealth. It is a busy manufacturing town, shipping Large quantities of boots and shoes 
to the markets of the world. Boxes, Carriages, Cigars, Fertilizers, Pumps, Suspenders, and Toilet 
Articles are among its products. The home of Anti-Achers and Polar Salve, remedies thai have the 

endorsement of the highest critics in the land. Connected by electric railway with Avon and Bi k 

ton, So. Braintree and Quinev. Milton and Boston, Population U. S, Census 1890-8,946. State Cen 
sus 1895, 3,695. Valuation. Real Estate, 81,631,100. Personal Estate, $259,750. Total $1 - 
Number of Polls, 1201. Rate of Tax, $21.00. 



RANDOLPH POSTOFFICE. 



M.WALES BAKER. Postmaster. 
Office hours 6.40 a. m. to S.(ll) p. m. Saturday till '.t.nn p. m. flails open 
Mails close 8.80 a. in. 12.80, 6.80 p. in. 



.15 a. m. 1.15. 5.15, 7.15 p. in 



RANDOLPH CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— First Baptist Church, Main st., Rev. W. C. McAllister, pastor. 

Congregational.— Congregational Church, Main St.. Rev. ('. A. Hilton, pastor. 

Episcopal.— Church of the Unity. Main st.. Rev. W. S. Jones, rector. 

Methodist. -Tower Hill Chapel, Tower Hill, no settled pastor. 

Roman Catholic— St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Main st . Rev. D. J. Gleason, pastor 

POLAR SALVE. 

Aii invaluable Family Remedy. It has no equal f<>r the 
speedy healing of Burns, Scalds, Piles, Old S. >u - 
Rites, Chapped Hands, Sun Burns, Sore Lips, and all 
Eruptions of the Skin. 

Recommended by Physicians and used by them in 
daily practice. The following testimonial is one of 
many we receive every day. 
POLAR SALVE CO., RANDOLPH, M i.SS 

Gentlemen: [wish again to send you a word of praise for your 
Polar Salve. [ had a had attack of piles; the usual surecures had 

i ilV.-i : 1 was all run dom n: as a last resort 1 used Polar Salve, and 

without much faith of its doing me any g 1 as i was discouraged 

with everything. Well, in three days] aoticedan improvement, and 
in a week's time I was entirelj cured, [am glad to give you this 

information if it will help s i Ise to a cure. 

RICHARDSON, Assistant hire,!,.,. Boston Police Signal Service, 




Respectfully Yours, F. A 



ALL ORDERS FOR POLARSALVE SHtHlLnHKSKNTTn 

POLAR SALVE CO., RANDOLPH, MASS. 

PRICE, 25G F»ER BOX. 

FRANK T. 

Union Street, HOLBROOK. | DESIGNS 



U/ H I T P I FLORIST, CUT FLOWERS, POTTED 
W 11 I IE,' plants. FUNERAL AM> WEDDING 



GROUND BONE 
for 
FERTILIZERS 



I THOMAS L. STETSON, 1 

. j North Street, - Randolph, Mass. / 



ULTRY 

FOOD. 



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S. B- WOODMAN, 

7VYHSON MND BUILDER, 

Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of stone 
work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 



Wales A venute, 



Randolph, Mass. 



w. L. PULSON, 

CONTRACTOR and CARPENTER. 

Estimates furnished. 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to. 

Liberty Street, - Randolph, Mass. 




7X. J. GO\£E, 




LIVERY AND 

HACK STABLE. 

Depot carriages and 
barges for accommoda- 
tion of the public at 
all times. 



Gove's Express. 

Connected with New York & Boston Dispatch Express. 

Main St., - Randolph, Mass. 



JOHN 




WOOD, 

Practical 
Horseshoer. 

Toeing out and toe- 
ing in feet straight- 
ened Knee banging, 
forging, scalping, in- 
terfering feet trued, 
balanced, and shod, so 
as to enable irregular 
gaited horses to go 
straight, with less 
friction and increased 
speed. 

Shop, North St., 
Randolph, Mass. 



GRIFFITH JONES, 

Carriage, House, 

and Sign Painter. 

Work and material the best. 

Stop J. M Si., Residence Jelcner St., 

Randolph, Mass. 



Established 1S52. 

HENRY CAMPBELL, 

Carriage, Sign, and Orna* 
mental Painter. 

All kinds of Lettering and Ornamental 
Work. 

ALL WORK NEATLY EXECUTED. 

Main Street, Randolph, Mass. 



WHLES BROTHERS. 



Manufacturers of 



Improved Log Pumps. 



Randolph, Mass. 



Orders from abroad, whether given by letter or in person, will receive prompt attention ; and all work done 
will be warranted satisfactory and secure from action of frost The Pumps are put in sections and furnished 
with metallic chambers If desired. Also, Pumps made with closed heads, for use In public places. 

W. H. DRLY, ~^~\ 

Carpenter, Contractor, and Builder. ^JLi&a 

Estimates furnished. .^V.n^,f7viT^nftj 

Office and Residence, Wesi and Cross Sis., Randolph mass. M^S*sr~ 



I t. ion Ma. I, t BOSTON CLOTHING STORE, l Working Shirts and Gloves. 

Overalls, Jumpers, B. <2. Tirrell, Prop'r, ■< 

and -li«>i> Coats, \ Goldsmith Block, - "Randolph. I 



All goods warranted to give 
satisfaction 



Schrafft's Chocolates and Bon Bons Lead '.FRED A. FRENCH 

all Others, Both for Quality and Sales. ) lyceum block, Randolph. 



AND RKKKUKN'CE I'.' )i >K OF l: A Nl " d.l'l I . 



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RANDOLPH INDEPENDENT ORDERS. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS.- Division No. 3, A. 0. H.— Meets Bret Wednesday of each 

month at Hibernian Hall, North St. 
Ladies' Auxiliary, A. 0. H.— Meets last Tuesday of each month at Hibernian Hall. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Capt. Horace Niles Post, No. 110. Meets flrsl an. 1 thin! 

Fridays of each month at Q-.A. R. Hall. 
Woman's Relief Corps. Capt. Horace Niles Corps. No. 110, W. R. C. Meetsflrstand 

third Thursdays of each month at G. A. R. Hall. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Rising Star Lodge, No. 76. Meets every Monday 

evening at < >dd Fellows' Hall, Main St. 
Golden Star Lodge, D. of R., No. 65.— Meets second and fourth Thursdays al Odd Fellows' 

Hall. Main St. 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.— Vera Cruz Council, No. 129. -Meets Bee >n I an I fourth I 

each month at K. of C. Hall, Main St. 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. -Randolph Lodge, No. 524. No stated meetings. 
MASSACHUSETTS CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS.— St. Mary's Court, No. 43. Meel 

.Monday of each month at K. of C. Hall. Main St. 
MASONIC— Norfolk Union Lodge, A. F. A. M.— Regular communications Wednesdays befi 

n n at Mas,, nil- Hall. Porter's Block, Main St. 

NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTECTION. Pilgrim Lodge, No. 14. Meets first and third Tues 

days of each month al odd Fellows' Hall. Main St. 
ROYAL ARCANUM.— Webster Council, No. 451. Meets fouth Tuesday of each m,, nth at Odd 

Fellows' Hall. Main St. 
MISCELLANEOUS.— Boot and Shoe Workers' Union. -Meets Monday evenings al Hibernian Hall 



RANDOLPH FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



23. 

26. 



28. 

31. 
34. 
35. 
42. 



< 'entral Square. 

Near Residence of E. F. Knight, South Mam 

Street. 

Near Residence of P. H. McLaughlin, South 

Street. 

Near Residence of John Groulding, Union 

Street. 

Junction of ( Y.ttiifre, Mill, and North Streets. 

Junction of Liberty and North Streets. 

.1 unction Of < >ak and North St reds. 

Junction of Main and West Streets. (Hill's 

Store. I 



Junction of Allen and Roel Streets. 

Junction of Main and Liberty Sti ts 

tist Church 

The West Corners. 

Depot Square, Warren Street. 

Junction of Warren and Fouler- St i 

Junction of Lafayette and West Sti ts 

Charles McCarthy's. • 

Junction of High and Lafayette Streets 

(Tower Hill.) 



FRANKLIN TAYLOR & SON, 
ARCHITECTS, - CONTRACTORS, - AND - BULDERS. 



AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, BRICK, 
AND BUILDERS' MATERIALS. 

The Building of Modern Planned Resi- 
dences a Specialty. 
No Job too Large and None too Small to Re- 
ceive oar Personal Attention. 

Office and Residence. Cross Street, Randolph, Mass. 



LftZELLS' EMPIRE VIOLET 




/ IS TRUE T< I 

| THE FLOWER 



GROUND SCRAPS/ THOMAS L. STETSON, J GROUND BONE 

For Poultry Food. * NORTH ST., RA.VDOLPH, MASS. I For Fertilizer. 



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RANDOLPH GROVE. cam 



RESORT FOR 

PING 



OR A DAYS OUTING. 



Grounds and Cottages to Let to Individuals or Parties. 

CLAM AND FISH DINNERS Furnished at Short Notice. 

WD DARFDT<k Proprietor. 
■ Ki KvDLKIui Randolph. 



Harare meets electric cars on party days and 
Sunday Free admission on Sunday. 



S7VY.ITH 

Bread, Cake 



Confectionery. 



Bakery, Short Street, 




BROS., 



and Pastry. 



Randolph, Mass. 




[lleats, Poultry, 



Canned Goods. 



Fruits in their Season. 



D.McCarty, 

Main Street, 
RANDOLPH. 



J. H. CLHRK, 

DEALER IN 

Selected 

FISH 

For the Family Trade of Randolph and 

vicinity. 

Fresh Vegetables anil Produce. Wagon 

to all parts of town daily. 

Residence, Liberty St., RANDOLPH. 




DEALER IN 

Staple and Fancy 



(I 




0. & 



FLOUR ^^3335 

OF ALL GRADES. f "~ ^•^jrljJilH \ * ')•■ 

LARD. e^^CT^^gsJ 
BUTTER FROM THE BEST DAIRIES. 

Tea, Coffee, and Spices. Canned Goods 
in every variety. 



M ai ii m reet, 



■OSTEIN, JR., 
Randolph, Mai 



C. FRED LYONS, 

(Successor to Charles H. Belcher.) 

CHOICE GROCERIES. 

Hardware, Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 

AGENT FOR 

The Sherwin-Williams Paint. 

Turner Library Ituilding, 
RANDOLPH, - MASS 



JAMES THOMPSON, 

GROCERIES, CONFECTmNERY.GIGBHS,TOBflCGO. \ 

All. KINDS Of TONIC. 

No. Main, cor. Chestnut St.. RANDOLPH, MASS. 




WHY NOT SEND ME AN ORDER 
FOR ONE OF THE LATEST DROP 
HEAD 



Singer Sewing Machines ? 



It \ou want an ORCHESTRA who furnish the best DANCE MUSIC, try 

LYONS U HAND'S ORCHESTRA. Terms Reasonable. 

Address WALTER H. LYONS, No Main St . Randolph. Mass. I '.ox :.':."■». 

BOSTON CLOTHINC STORE, , MENS UNION-MADE WORKING PANTS, 
$1 .00, $1 .25, $1 .50, $2 00, $2.50, $3.00. 
Goldsmith Itlurk, l;.i mini |ill. * WARRANTED NOT TO RIP. RIVETED BUTTONS. 



The Best Soda in Town is at FRENCH'S, 

TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. 



AND REFEKENCK IMioK OF RANDOLPH. 



159 



RANDOLPH 
ELECTRIC STREET CAR SERVICE 



BROCKTON STREET RAILWAY. 

('.Mitral Sq., RANDOLPH to AVON, BROCKTON, and CAMPELLO, 612, 638, i 12 a. m., then 
every half hour until in 42 j>. in. Sundays, 8 12 a. m., then sa as week daj b. 

Centre St.. BROCKTON to AVON, RANDOLPH, and MILTON LOWER BULLS, 525.615a.m., 
then every half hour until (» 45 p. m. i Additional cars to AV< »N at 5 15, 5 35, 5 15. 5 55, 6 85, i 05 a. m., 
and 1 30, 5 00, 5 80, 6 00, 10 15 and 10 45 p. m. The 5 15 a. m. car runs through i" RAND< 'l.l'll. and the 
m 8n p.m.. Wednesdays and Saturdays, runs to RAND* U.I'll as far as there are passengers to go 
Sundays. ', 15 a. in., then every half hour until 9 80 p, in., then 111 15 p. in. to AV< 'X only. 

Central Sq., RANDOLPH," to Transfer Station and MILTON LOWER MILLS, 6 00, 6 18, ! 18 a. in., 
then every half hour until HI 18 p. m. Sundays. 7 4S a. m.. then same as week days. 

Transfer Station to RANDOLPH, AV(»N, BROCKTON, and CAMPELLO, 600, <\ 10 a. m.. then 
every half hour until 10 Id p. m. Sundays, 7 40 a. in., then same as week days. 

BOSTON AND OUINCY STREET RAILWAY. 

( lentral Sq., RANDOLPH to SOUTH BRAINT REE, 5 50, 6 35, r 15. r 45. S 15. s |5. '.i 15. 10 15 a. m.. 
then hourly till 10 35 p. m. 



COST OF RAILROAD FARE 



BETWEEN RANDOLPH AND BOSTON. Single ride 30 

distance 15 miles. Children between ages 5 and 12 years, sin- 
One month $ 7 80 gle fare 15 

Two months 14 63 Five ridetickel 1 1" 

Three months 1',) 50 

The commutation tickets are for one, two. and three months only, commencing any week day. 

Cosl of 1000-mile i k, $2 I 

LIBBY &> SON, 

Carpenters. Contractors, ami Builders. 

Building in all its branches. 

Dwelling Houses with all Modern Improvements a Specialty. 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly 
attended to. 

ALLEN STREET, 

P. O. Box 579. - - Randolph. Mass. 

LAZELL'S PERFUMES and TOILET WATERS are Uie BEST MADE. 




ground scraps I THOMAS L. STETSON, I ground bone 

FOR POULTRY FOOD.* north st., Randolph, mass. \ FOR FERTILIZING. 



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B.J. 



Supplied in any quantity 
to Families, Hotels, Gro- 
cers, Meat Markets, Etc. 



New and Second-Hand 

EDDY REFRIGERATORS 

FOR SALE. 
North Main St., Randolph, Mass 




ROYAL T. MANN, 

DEALER IN 

pure: ix/ih-k. 



E. E. UOTMROP, 

PURE MILK A R ND CREAM, 

DELIVERED TO FAMILIES. 




BOWKER'S FERTILIZERS HUD MURES 

OAK ST., RANDOLPH, MASS. 



HARDamlSOFT WOOD 

IN PREPARED LENGTHS. CALL OR ADDRESS. 

SOUTH MAIN ST., RANDOLPH, MASS. 



WALTER I. HOWARD, 

DEALER IN 

FRESH 1 SALT FISH. 




Oysters, Clams, 

and Lobsters 
in their Season. 

NORTH MAIN ST., 
Randolph, Mass. 



WILLIAM PORTER, 

PURE MILKTND CREAM. 




Small Vege- 
t a b 1 e s and 
SI raw berries 
in season, de- 
h\ ered a1 re» 
i<l i- ii c e s in 
any pari of 

the town. 



FARM, SO. MAIN STREET, 
RESIDENCE, UNION ST., RANDOLPH, MASS. 



F DU 

L 

O Roses, Carnations, and 

R Bertdiiuj Plants in Great, 

i 
s 

T 
S 



Varietij. Cut Flowers 
and Floral Designs. 




SO' 



F 
L 

ORDERS BY jlifllL 2 

PRORIPTLY | 

RTTENOED TO. S 

T 

RANDOLPH, MASS O 



GlothiiK], Hats, 



/ BOSTON CLOTHING STORE, I TlllllkS. B.KJ.S, dlld 

Men's Furnishings. * goldsmith c b!o1Tk e: . l ra p ndolph, mass. ' Dress Suit Gases. 



BICYCLES and SUNDRIES at f7ie/pr # A. FRENCH, 

LOWEST PRICES. 1 Lyceum Block. Randolph. Mass. 



AND REFERENCE BOOK <>K RANDOLPH. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



RANDOLPH, MASS. 



Agricultural Implements. 
LEAHY, M. E. & CO. Warren st. See page 154. 
LYONS, C. FRED. S. Main st. Seepagel58. 

Architect. 
TAYLOR, FRANKLIN. Cross st. See page 157. 

Artists. 
Giles. H. P. Wales ave. 
Sharp. Charles V. "West St. 

Ash Remover and Automatic Sifter 
Manufacturer. 
CAMPAGNA, E. W. West st. See page 165. 

Auctioneers. 
FRENCH, FRED. M. N. Alain st. 
Nlles. Isaac. Union St., n. Main. 
SPEAR, WILLIAM B. N. Mam st. 
Band and Orchestra. 
Furber's Orchestra. E. G. Furber. Main st. 

Bakers. 
Foley, James. Plain st. 
SMITH BROS. Short st. See page 158. 

Banks. 
Randolph Co-Operative Bank. P. H. McLaugh- 
lin, Sec't'y. 
RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK. Herbert W. 
Pratt. Treas. Main st. 

Barbers. 
Blanche, J. E. Warren st. 
Bodreau, Gibb E. N. Alain st. 
MCCARTHY, DANIEL P. N. Main st. 
RODDEN,JOHN. Alain st. 

Bicycle Dealers, Sundries, and Repairs. 
FRENCH, FRED. A. N. Alain st. See margin 



See page 154. 

N. Main st. See page 



MANN, T. H. N.Alain 
PAYNE, CHARLES A. 

154. 

Blacksmiths. 
(See also Horseshoers.) 
Hatchfleld, W. D. Belcher st. 
JOHNSON, A. G. S. Main st. See page 166. 
LANGLEY, FRANK H. N. Main st. 
WOOD, JOHN L. North st. See page 150. 

Boarding Houses. 
Beal, Airs. A. Alain st. 
AIcLean. Airs. Rose. Warren st. 
Pendergrass. Airs. Sadie. North st. 



Boot and Shoe Dealer. 
Long, Frank A. Alain st. 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Bradley. Hagney & Co. Warren st . 
BRYANT BOOT'AND SHOE CO. Warren st. 
Bagerty & Sullivan. S. Main St. 
Richards & Brennan. < >iT Warren st. 
Tileston Bros. Shoe ('... West st. 

Bottlers. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. S. Easton. See back 
cover. 

Box Manufacturers. 

Claff, AI. B. S. Main st. 

Nelson Paper Box Co. N. Main st. 

Young, E. C. Old Colony sq. 

Brick Dealers. 
TAYLOR. FRANKLIN & SON. Cross st. See 
page 157. 

Butcher. 
RILEY, JAMES. N. Main st. 

Cabinet Maker. 
Greacy, Joseph F. N. Alain st. 

Carbonated Beverages. 
SIMPSON SPRING CO. S. Easton. See back 

<H i\ IT. 

Carriage Manufacturers. 
Fardv. James. North si. 
LANGLEY, FRANK H. N. Main st. 

Carriage Smiths. 
JOHNSON, A. G. N. Main st. See page 166. 
LANGLEY, FRANK H. N. Main st. 

Cattle Dealer. 
STETSON, LINCOLN. North st. See page 164. 

Cider and Vinegar Makers. 
Hayes. Andrew E. Lafayette st. 
TRACY, ANDREW. N. Main si See margin 

lines. 

Cigar Manufacturers. 
Arth. Ernest. West st. 
Gallagher. Joseph C. Lafayette st. 
Montsie, Fred. W. Sign st. 



Insist on having LAZELL'S PERFUMES 



IF" YO»J WANT 



POULTRY FOOD. /THOMAS L. STETSON, I 

FERTILIZER. \ North St., Randolph, Mass. } 



GROUND BONE. 
GROUND SCRAPS. 



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Cigars and Tobacco. 

FOSTER, SAMUEL A., JR. Main st. See page 

158. 
FRENCH, FRED. A. N. Main st. See margin 

lines. 
THOMPSON, JAMES. N. Main. cor. Chestnut. 

See page 158. 

Civil Engineer. 

Clark. Dexter T. North st. 

Clothing. 

BOSTON CLOTHING STORE. B. C. Tirrell. 

Prop'r. N. Main st. See margin lines. 
Hurley, James H. Main st. 

Coal and Wood. 

LEAHY, M. E. & CO. Warren st. See page 154. 
STETSON, FRANCIS E. North st. 
Thayer, S. A. Warren st. 
White, D. B. Warren st. 

Confectionery. 
FRENCH, FRED. A. N. Mainst. See margin 

lines. 
SMITH BROS. Short St. See page 158. 
THOMPSON, JAMES. N. Main, cor. Chestnut. 

See page 158. 

Contractors— Carpenters. 

ALDEN, MORRISON M. N. Main st. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Cottage st. 

CAMPAGNA, EUGENE W. West st. See page 

165. 
DALY, W. H. West. cur. Cross. See page 156. 
De Forest. .1. II. Worth St. 
HOLBROOK, ALBERT H. Allen st. 
HOLBROOK, WALTER F. Main st. 
LIBBY, H. B. & SON, Allen st. See page I.V.t. 
NO YES, NATHANIEL. .Jobber.) Union st. 
PULSON, W. L. Liberty st. Seepage 156. 
TAYLOR, FRANKLIN & SON. Cross st. See 

page L57. 

Contractors- Heating. 

BOYD, F. A. & CO. Mainst. 
O'BRIEN, R. E. Main st 

Contractors -Masons. 

Anderson, John K. s. Main st. 
LYONS, C. E. Mt. Pleasant sq. See page liiii. 
Mr< iarthy, Jeremiah. Allen st. 
WOODMAN, S. B. Wales ave. See page 156 

Contractors- Pavers. 

UNITED STATES PAVING CO. Boston and 
Ne« 5fork. See page 8. 

Contractor Plasterer. 

LYONS, C. E. Mt. Pleasant s.| See page Hi*;. 

Dentist. 

Boyd II W, Main st. 

Depot Carriages. 
GOVE, A. J. Office Main Bt., near Howard 
House. See page 156, 

Dressmakers. 
ALDEN. MRS. W. P. N Main st 
i ardj Kai herine i Nor! b st 
Kennedy, Margaret, North si. 
Brlen Harga pel w arren si 
Pierce Wi Vllce .1 N Mam j| 



Druggists. 

Blanche. J. E. Warren st. 
McAuliffe & Co. Main st. 
PORTER, FRANKLIN. (Estate of.) Mainst. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

Flynn, A. J. Main st. 
Furber, Edgar G. Main st. 
McLaughlin, P. H. Main st. 
Thayer. E. Main. cor. Liberty. 

Electric Light Company. 
Randolph and Holbrook Electric Light Co, 
George Bailey, supt. 

Embalmers. 
HOUGHTON, RALPH. 175 N. Main. See page 

154. 
WREN, JOHN B. North st., opp. Short. 

Express Companies. 

Deviue's Boston and Randolph Express. Lafay- 
ette st. 

GuVE'S EXPRESS. Main st., n. Howard lions,. 
See page 15(i. 

Lyons. Randolph. Brockton and Boston Ex- 
press. School, cor. Madison. 

NtiW YORK AND BOSTON DESPATCH. 
Andrew J. (love. Agt. Mainst, See page 156. 

Expressman. 
GOVE, A. J. Main st. See page 156, 

Fertilizers. 
LEAHY, M. E. & CO. Warren st. See page 

154. 

MANN, ROYAL T. Oak st. See page 160. 

Fertilizer Manufacturer. 
STETSON, THOMAS L. North st. See margin 
lines. 

Fish and Oyster Dealers. 
CLARK, JOSEPH H. Liberty St. See page 158. 
HOWARD, WALTER M. X. Mainst Seepage 
15S. 

LINNEHAN, JOHN E. Depot St, 

Florists. 
ARNOLD, EDWARD. North Bt. 

Ileal. Clarence K. S. Main st . 

CLARK, B. L. West si. 

DULY BROS. S. Mainst. Seepage 160. 

LINCOLN, GEORGE N. (Potted Plants.) chest 

MANN BROTHERS. West st 
Paine Bros. High st. 
Rohlfs, A. 0. F. Mill st. 

Sw in.lells. .lames II. North si. 

Tlrrell, M, L, Lafayette st. 

Flour, Feed, and Grain. 
BUCK, N. E. B. Main Bt. 

Ilia J it, K Mam. cor. Liberty 

Fruit Dealer. 
FRENCH, FRED. A. N. .Main st . See margin 



Fruits and Vegetables. 
CLARK, JOSEPH H. Liberty st, See page 158 
HUNT, M. N. Liberty, cor. North, 

Stetson. Willie. North st 

Grocers Retail. 
FOSTER, SAMUEL A., JR. Mainst. Seepage 

156 
Hawes, Uberl Main st. 



BOSTON CLOTHING STORE, o.u.»ith Block, I 

B. C. TIRRELL, Prop'r. Randolph, Mi j 



Reliable Goods at Honest Prices. 



LAZELL'S CARNATION PINK, a delightful 

PERFUME ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. 



AND KKFKRKNCK l:< >• >K <>!' I.'A M »< >U'II. 



I 



Hay den, I' - . \v. X. Main st. 

Hill, C. D. N. Main si 

LYONS, C. FREu. s Main st. See page 168. 

Orr, N. H. Moulton si. 

Palmer, .). W. s. Main st. 

POOL, MARCUS M. Warren, cor. Wesl 

ROBERTS, W. R. Chestnut St., n. N. Main, See 

page 158. 
Taylor, R. Warren St., opp. Depot 
Thayer, K. N. Main. cor. Liberty. 
THOMPSON, JAMES. X. Main and Chestnut. 

See page 158. 

Hardware. 
BOYD, F. A. &C0. Main st. 
Hayden, F. W. Main st. 

LYONS, C. FRED. S. Main st . See page 153. 
O'BRIEN, R. E. Main st. 

Harness Makers. 
Doughty. Charles. Off Warren st 
McLennan. Robert. Union st. 

Hay, Grain, and Straw. 
BUCK, N. E. S. Main. 
POOL, MARCUS M. Warren, cor. West. 

Horseshoers. 
(See also Blacksmiths. I 
JOHNSON, A. G. s. Main st. See page 166. 
LANGLEY, FRANK H. N. Main st. 
WOOD, JOHN L. North st. See page 150. 

Hotel. 
HOWARD HOUSE. James A. Kingsbury, Prop'r. 
Central sq. See margin back cover. 

Ice Cream Manufacturer. 
Winnett, F. G. X. Main st. 

Ice Dealer. 
TOWNS, AUGUSTUS J. X. Main st. 
1(50. 



See page 



Insurance Agents. 

BELCHER, J. WHITE. X. Main st. 

FREXCH, FRED. M. X. Main. 

Leahy, Joseph T. (Town Clerk.) Ward st. 

McGrath, Thomas F. X. Main st. 

Peckman, Charles W. Union st. 

Randall, H X. Main st. 

WALES, GEORGE W. (Royal of Liverpool. 
Eng.; Sun of London, Eng.; Western of Toron- 
to, Can.; Magdeburg, Germania, Hartford, of 
Hartford, Conn.) X. Main st. 

Jeweler and Watchmaker. 
Lyman, C. A. Main st. 

Junk Dealers. 

Devine, Edward. West st. 
Devine, Michael. West st. 
KENDRICK, CHARLES H. X. Main st. 

Kennels. 
GLENWOOD BOSTON TERRIER KENNELS. 
H. F. Reynolds, Prop"r. S. Main st. 

Lawyers. 
Beal, John V. S. Main st. 
FRENCH, ASA P. Main st. Boston office, rooms 

38-39, 87 Milk. 
Newton, F. B. N. Main st. 

Lime and Cement. 
TAYLOR, FRANKLIN & SON. Cross st. See 
page 157. 

Lumber. 
ALDEN, MORRISON M. X. Main st. 



TAYLOR, FRANKLIN & SON. Cross si 
page 157. 

Try Lazell's Empire Violet. 



Machinist. 
PAYNE, CHARLES A. N Mam si Bee page UH 

Market Gardeners. 

PORTER, WILLIAM. S. Main si Res., Union 

st . See page l"il. 

TRACY, ANDREW. N Main st. See n 

lilies. 

Massage. 
B i Ireau, (fill E. Allen, cor. !:»-i 

Meats and Provisions. 
Hawes. Albert . Mam st 
CENTRAL MARKET. Frank D Mel 

Prop'r. Main si . See page 158 
£DjY, GEO. ti. Liberty, cor. N Main 
Wallace. John. Short st . 

Men's Furnishings. 
BOSTON CLOTHING S10RE. B. C. Tin. II 

Prop'r. X. Main si. See margin lines. 
Long, Frank A. X. Main st. 

Milk Dealers. 
Lentell, J. Will. X. Main st. 
LOl'HROP, EDWARD E. S. Main st. s. 

liii ». 
MANN, ROYAL T. <>akst. See page 160. 

Mcdonald, a. l. i2i North st. 

McDonald, Harry C. North st. 
PORTER, WILLIAM. S.Mainst See pa* 
STETSON. LINCOLN. North st. See pagi 

Wales, John T. S. Main st. 

Milliners. 
Claff, Mrs. M. R. Plain st. 
Flyun. .'i. J. Main st . 
Houghton, M. R. X. Main st. 
Littletield. Emma F. S. .Main St 

Music Teachers. 
Alden, Carrie D. X. Main st. 

Farnmn. Mrs. ('.('. North, cor. Main 

Hand. Hose. Cottage st . 

Jordan, Mrs. Mabel M. N. Main st 

Newsdealer. 
Crossley, William. Main st. 



Newspaper Weekly. 
RANDOLPH REGISTER. Daniel II. 1! 

Prop'r. Main st. 

Nurses. 
CARMICHAEL, BELL M. X Main st. 

Box -2n5. See page 154. 
CUNNINGHAM, MRS. DAVID. Allen st 
DANIELS, MRS. AARON. Pleasant st 
Eddy, Mrs. Liua. Chestnut st. 
SWINDELLS. ELIZABETH. North st 



See 



P. (I 



Randall. Howan 



Oil Dealer. 

X. Main st. 



Painters Carriage. 
CAMPBELL, HENRY. X Mam st. See page 



Shop. 
■ 156. 



North -i Res 



JONES. GRIFFITH. 
Belcher st. See pa$ 

Painters House. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM L. Liberty st - 

165. 
HURLEY, JAMES F. Mill St. See page 166. 
Jones, Elbridge. Canton st 
JONES, GRIFFITH. Shop,Norths1 Residence, 

Belcher st. See page 
SPEAR, WILLIAM B. & SON. 170 N Main 

T~ Your drmist keeps it. 



FPPtHi7PPQ THOMAS L. STETSON,* 

f I Dl I I L U I t).» North St.. Randolph, Mass. I 



POULTRY 

FOOD. 



164 



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Painters— Sign. 
CAMPBELL, HENRY. N. Main st. See page 

156. 
JONES, GRIFFITH. Shop, North st. Residence. 

Belcher st. See page 156. 
SAUNDERS, CHARLES L. 40 Liberty. 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 
LYONS, C. FRED. S. Main st. See page 158. 

Paper Hangers. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM L. Liberty st. See page 

165. 
HURLEY, JAMES F. Mill st. Seepage 166. 
JONES, GRIFFITH. Shop, North st. Res.. 

Belcher st. See page 150. 
SPEAR, WILLIAM B. & SON. IT" N. Main. 

Phonographs and Records. 

FRENCH, FRED A. N. Main st. See margin 
lines. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

ALLEN, EMERY A. N. Main st. See page 168 

BABBITT, W. M. (Lung Specialist.) N. Main 
st. Office hours, 7 to 8 a. m., 6 to 7 p. m. Bos- 
ton office, Hotel Pelham, 74 Boylston st. 
Hours, ~ tn 4 p. m. 

Chase. Augustus L. Main st. 

FARNHAm, CHARLES C. North, cor. Union. 

Granger, Frank C. L'nion st. 

HOLMES. WILLIAM F. Union st. Office hours, 
2 to 3. ; to 8 p. m. 

SULLIVAN, J. S. .Main, cor. Short, 

Picture Frames. 
Hess, Albert. Union st. 

Pleasure Resort. 
RANDOLPH GROVE. W. R. Roberts. Prop'r., 
Randolph, Mass. See page 158. 

Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting. 
BOYD, F. A. & CO. X. Main st. 
O'BRIEN, R. E. X. Main st. 

Polar Salve Manufacturer. 
O'KEEFE, WM. F. West st. See page 154. 

Poultry Fancier. 
STETSON, THOMAS L. North st. See margin 

lines. 

Poultry Food. 

BUCK, N. E. S. Mam St. 

STETSON, THOMAS L. North st. See margin 

lilies. 

HUXFORD, DANIEL H. Main st. 

Proprietary Medicines. 
DR. ALLEN S ANTI-ACHERS. E. A. Allen, 
M. D. N. Main st. Si-.- page 168. 

Pump Manufacturers. 
WALES BROS. S. Main st. Bee pa t "- 166. 

Real Estate. 
FRENCH, FRED M. N Main st . 
Niles, Isaac, i talon Bt, 

Refrigerators. 
TOWNS, AUGUSTUS J. N. Main st Seepage 
160. 

Restaurant. 
Simmons, M A Mam si 

Road Commissioner. 
WOODMAN, S. B. Wales ave 



Sewing Machines. 
LYONS, WALTER H. (Singer.) N. Main st. 
See page 158. 

Sporting Goods. 
FRENCH, FRED A. X. Main st, See margin 
lines. 

Stables. 
Blanche, J. E. Warren st. 

UOVE, ANDREW J. Main St.. o. Howard House. 
See page 150. 

Stationery. 
FRENCH, FRED. A. X. .Main st. See margin 
lines. 

Steam Fitter. 
PAYNE, CHARLES A. X. Main st. Seepage 154, 

Stoves, Ranges, and Furnaces. 
BOYD, F. A. & CO. X. Main st. 
O'BRIEN, R. E. Main st. 
Brown. C. K. Main St. 

Tallow Dealers. 
BUMP, CHARLES E. Northst. 
WILLARD, JOHN K. Northst. 

Teaming and Trucking. 
RILEY, JAMES. X. Main st. 

Teas and Coffees. 
REYNOLDS, HERBERT F. S. Main st. 

Telegraph and Telephone. 

New England Telegraph and Telephone Co. Ex- 
change at FRED. A. FRENCH'b store. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. X. Y., X. H. & 
H. R. R. depot, 

Toilet Preparations-Manufacturers. 
Frier. A. s. Mount Pleasant sq. 
Kingsbury, W. F. S. .Main st. 

Undertakers and Embalmers. 
HOUGHTON. RALPH. 176 X. Mam. See page 

154. 
WkEN, JOHN B. North, opp. short st. 

Variety Store. 
Bean, Mrs. 8. Warren st. 

Vegetables and Produce. 
CLARK, J. H. Liberty st. Seepage 168. 
HUNT, WILLIAM N. Liberty, cor. North st. 
PORTER, WILLIAM. S. Main si. See page 160. 
TRACY, ANDREW. X. Main st. See margin 
lines. 

Veronica Spring Water. 
COLBY. E. L. C. i" 11 High Bt., Boston. See 
page 8. 

Water Works. 
Randolph and Holbrook Waterworks, 

Wood. 
(See also < loal. I 
LOTHROP, E. E. 8. Mam st See page 160. 
LEAHY, M. E. & CO. Off. Warren, n. Depot. 

Bee page 164. 
MANN, EDWIN M. N. Main, cor. Canton. Bee 

margin lines. 

Mann, Isaac. N. Main st. 
STETSON. FRANCIS E. Northst. 
TABER, EDWIN A. Canton st. Bee page 166. 
Wales, John T. B. Main st. 

Sawed and Split, and in 



W^^r) EDWIN M. MANN, »^r a roSt n 1enK„-. a dW 
VU V^ l_y • t c or . canton and No. Main Sts.. Randolph. Mass. ' ered at residences. 



W/~\ /-\ 1-^ ED\A/IM M MANI\ 

( I I 1 1 Cor. Canton and No. Main Sts. , 

V-/ V_y I—/ . \ RANDOLPH, ■ - MAS. 



, EDWIN M.MANN, ( W I Ih Family I-., or 

""■•■ , In 4 ft. leiiut h*. 

LSS ' Sawing and Splitting 



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165 



d. D. MAG DONALD 6c SON, 

PRACTICAL HORSESHOERS AND GENERAL JOBBERS. 

CARRIAGES BUILT TO ORDER AND REPAIRED. 

CARRIAGE AND SIQ N PA I NTH li S. 

We give all work our personal attention. Thirty yeare at one stand speaks for itself. Once our patron, 

always our patron. 
SHOP, ROBBINS ST., - AVON, MASS 

Z . P . J O R D A IM , 

CONTRACTOR STONE MASON. 

All Kinds of Cellar and Face Walls, Cement 
Walks, Etc., Etc. 

ROCK BLASTING A SPECIALTY. ESTIMATES GIVEN. 

Union St.. HOL6BOOE, MASS. 



When you visit 

MM, piaine, 



STOP AT 



THE BAINE. 

LOCATION CENTRAL,. 

Spring St., rear Jetterson Theatre. 

The Best $1.00 per day Hotel in State 
of Maine. 

CHARLES M. BAINE. Proprietor. 



E.WXAMPAGNA, 

CARPENTER 
and BUILDER. 




Sole Patentee and Manu- 
facturer of the 

Combined Ash 
Remover and 
Automatic 

Sifter. 

West St , 

Randolph, Mass. 




V. L. SNELL, 

| CONTRACTOR CARPENTER and BUILDER. 

ESTIMATES F"URNISIHED. 

All work receives my personal attention. Jobbing a Specialty. 
10 Spring St., AVON, MASS. 



WILLIAM L. ALLEN, 

House Painter, Paper Hanger, Grainer, 

and Glazier. 

Liberty St., RANDOLPH, MASS. 



VEGETABLES! 

IN SEASON. I 



VINEGAR AND CIDER. 



i ANDREW TRACY, 

So. Main St.. 
/ RANDOLPH, MASS. 



POULTRY FOOD. J-IHOMAS l > stetson,.;feRTILIZERS. 



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ANTHONY'S STANDARD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



GRAPEVINE FARM. 

CATTLE DEALER. 

STOCK BOUGHT, SOLD, 
AND EXCHANGED. 

iii ^^S. ail' ■ 

sH^TJofe. G - H « FARRAR, Proprietor, 

^W^^Mraitf EASTONDALE, MASS. 




JftM&S F. HURLEY, 

House Painter 

and 
Paper Hancjer 

Graining and 
Muresco Ceiling 
Work. 

Residence, Mill St., 
RANDOLPH, = - MASS. 




A. C.JOHNSON, 

PRACTICAL 
BLHCKSmiTH. 

HORSESHOER, 

AND 

CARRIAGE 

REPAIRER. 
So. Main St., RANDOLPH, MASS. 




EDWIN A. TABER 

WOOD. 

Hard and Soft Wood in any length, 
dry and ready for use, de- 
livered at residences. 

Wood Sawed and Split to Order. 

Canton St., RANDOLPH, MASS. 



C. E. LYONS, 

Stone and Brick Mason. 

PLASTERER. 

WhitewasMnQ and Coloring. 

Mt. Pleasant Sq., 
RANDOLPH, MASS. 



J. J. MCCA 




MY, 

Livery, Ha<;k, 



AND 



Boarding 
Stable. 

Furniture Moving and Teaming 
of All Kinds. 

M.iin St.. NOR I II EASION, MASS. 



WS~\ f\ |—V EDWIN M MAIMN 
I J I I I I Cnr. Cdntnnanri Nn. Vlrtin Sts.. 
V-/ V^ !_• . i; \ \ in mass. 



\ SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD 

constantly on hand. 
I FREE DELIVERY. 



Wg \ g\ IV |EDNA/IN IVI. IWI JX. IM IM , ( Wood ready for use. or in four 
fill II " Cor. Canton and No. Main Sts., - feet lengths. Wood sa»ed and 

^^ *S ■*-' *\ RANDOLPH, - - MASS. 'split to order. 



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l';- 



GEO. C. BELCHER. 



ESTABLISHED 1837. 



WILLIAM T. BELCHER. 



BELCHER MALLEABLE IRON CO., 

'Successors to Daniel Belcher 1 , 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SUPERIOR MALLEABLE CASTINGS 

FROM 

AIR FURNACE IRON. 

SPECIALTIES: 

Machinery, Rifle, Gun, and Pistol Castings. 

Cast Cast-Steel for Gears, Pinions, Cains, Rolls, Etc. 

Metal Patterns Made from Draft or Sample. 

::<EASTON, IN/I ASS. 



L. C. RANDALL, 




E"h2L!2 PURE MILK 



From Select and Inspected Stock. Delivered 
in North Easton Daily. Patronage Solicited. 



WASHINGTON ST., 



SOUTH EASTON, MASS. 



C. J. ROLLINS, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Pure Mined Giaer 

AND 

Pure Apple Vioeg&r. 



Highland Street, 



Easton. Mass. 



DEALER l\ 



JOHN F. MURPHY, WILLIrVrv\ f^cLEOD, 

STYLISH 

Hair Gutting 

AND 

Beard Trimming. 

Children's Hair 
Cutting- a Speci- 
alty. 
Razors honed in 
- the best possible 

in inner. Every razor honed is warranted to be in first- 
class shape, fry me with one and be convinced. My 
Shop is opposite the depot, 




Mechanic Street, 



North Easton- 




And Cream from Select and In- 
spected Stock, delivered in North 
Easton daily. Fresh Vegetables in 
their season. Patronage solicited. 



Residence, Poquanticut Ave., 



EASTON. MASS. 



LOOKOUT FHRM, 

CATTLE DEALER and STOCK RAISING. 




Jerseys and Holsteins, 

CRANBERRY GROWER. 

1 DEHLER IH REEL ESTATE. 



E. T. GOWARD, Proprietor, 



Turnpike Street, Goward's Corner. 

EASTONDALE 



VEGETABLES / ANDREW TRACY ^CIDERAND 

IN SEASON. 'No. Main St., - Randolph./ VINEGAR. 



CIDER ifl VINEGAR ; V E GET A s BLES ; ANDREW TRflcy, 



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HENRY COLLINS, 

MARKET GARDENER. 

Vegetables and Small Fruits 
in Season Furnished to Fami=> 
lies. Eggs and Fresh Killed 
Poultry. 



WASHINGTON ST., 



STOUGHTON. 



LEWIS GREEN, 

FRUITS, HOTS, 1 BERRIES 

IIM SEASON. 

FINE LINE of CIGARS, TOBACCO, 

and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 

TEMPERANCE DRINKS. 



WASHINGTON ST., 



STOUGHTON. 



Li. 



IM 



ANTI - A CHER 3 




THE GREAT REMEDY FOR 



...F> A I IN... 



Headache 

Rheumatism 

Neuralgia 

Indigestion 

Cramps 



6UR&. 



Backache 
La Grippe 
Toothache 
Stomach Ache 
Kar Ache 



WILL BREAK UP A COLD 



AND PREVENT 



PROMPT, 
SAFE, 
SURE 



PNEUMONIA. 

Will Send Post-Paid Sample for 2c Stamp; 
Trial Bottle for ioc, or Full Sized liottle 
for 25 cents in Postage Stamps or Coin. 

E. A. ALLEN, M. D., 



RANDOLPH, 



C. E PUR1NTON CO., 



SUCCESSORS TO 



NATIONAL ROLLING SCREEN CO., 



MAKERS OF 



Roll Window Screens. 

The Kind You Saw at the Mechanics' 

Fair in 189,5 and 1K08. Write 

for Circulars to 

C. P. PURINTON CO., 

SO. E ASTON, MASS. 



HENRY A. HOOPER, 

LUNGH WAGON. 

A Good Lunch and a Fine Cup of Coffee 
Served During Evening Hours. 

PHONOGRAPHS JS& RECORDS 

Tor Salr and lo Lot for Entertainments. 

WASHINGTON STREET, ST01IGHT0N. 

RESIDENCE, 20 MORTON STREET. 



VEGETABLES' ANDREW TRACY,; C,, ^ : 'V\T,, 

IN SEASON. S NO. MAIN ST., RANDOLPH, MASS. ' N LNrVUAlV. 



is. t f. Jonnston * Pressmkb. :' 7 Zt,:LT£ ■*'- 



HOISEKEEPERS 

Who demand our brands of cleaned and 
selected dried fruits and raisins, will get 
the best. Packed in a cleanly factory 
and guaranteed to give satisfaction. 
Packed in one pound cartons, and has 
name JOHN B. AUSTIN, BOSTON, 
on each package. 

UP TO -BUTE SELECTED CHITS 

A full pound package of selected and care- 
fully cleaned imported currants. 

PUIS BUM. CHOICE SELECTED 80SWS. 

These goods will give the most particular 
housekeepers perfect satisfaction Read 
our name on each carton, full weight 
guaranteed. 

LOG C9BIK HID. CLEflflED SOLTP PUS. 

Carefully cleaned in our own factory and 
packed for the best trade 

UP-TO-DHTE THOPIPSOK SEEDLESS Bill*. 

These Raisins are grown in California 
especially for us. and are thoroughly cleaned 
by new and improved machinery. Ready 
for immediate use. 

JOHN B. AUSTIN, 

DRIED FRUIT PACKER, 

HOLBROOK, MASS. 
Trade supplied by A. H. MORSE & CO., 

9 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 



HUES P.IPDJ, 1 



J General Blacksmith. XPiainvuie, Mass. 



DF RflKTR I CARRIAGE \ H % rse -J, ho * in %'r> ear f !age 

■ £. DMlVLlV, MANUFACTURER. „ s ™ th ' ng *" d . Pa '"""f 



SEBKOSK, MASS. '\tTMJ-kivuMJ-i\sMUi\M-*i\. ( p g Address, Hebronville, Mass. 



MEDFIELD INN. 



OPEN FOR SPRING 

AND SUMMER GUESTS. 



PATRONACE SOLICITED 

FOR DRIVING AND.... 

BICYCLE PARTIES. 



FOR TERMS AND PARTICULARS APPLY TO 

Z. T. HARRINGTON, PROP'R, 

TELEPHONE 7-2, WALPOLE. MEDFIELD, MASS. 



SIMPSONSFRINGGO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF" FINE 

TEMPE1HNCE BEVERA6ES 

Made from Pure Fruit Juices. 

Be sure Simpson Spring fs on the label. 
OUR SPECIALTIES ARE 

GINGER ALE. 

NA/^EI APPRECIATE VOUF4 PATRONAGE. 

3IIVII=>SOIM SPRING CO., 

SOUTH EASTON, MASS. Telephone 23-3. 



\A/!6_l_IA!Vl COUPE A CO., 

INVENTORS. PATENTEES, AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS 
Oh YVM. COUPE'S CELEIiRATED PATENT 

EXCELSIOR RAW HIDE LEATHER 

of various descriptions, consisting of 

Belting, Lace Leather, Picker Leather, Apron Leather, Staff Pickers, and all 
kinds of Strapping for Cotton, Woolen, and Silk Mills. 

Also Citui) 's Celebrated 

Excelsior Tanned Lace and Picker and the Green Hide Picker 
Leather. Also manufacturers of Glue. 

OUR MOTTO: NOT HOW CHEAP WE CAN MAKE IT, BUT HOW GOOD. 

NEWPORT ATS., SO. ATTIEBORO, MASS. 



HOWARD HOUSE, 



J. A. KINGSBURY Prop'r, 

RANDOLPH, MASS. 

First-Class Accommodations for Permanent and Transient Guests. 



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